Fisher Center Scientists make two new Significant Discoveries in the battle against Alzheimer’s

May 22, 2017

New York, New York, May 22, 2017 – Scientists at the Fisher Center for Alzheimer’s Research in New York, led… Read More

Tablet Computer Apps Can Help Ease the Agitation of Alzheimer’s

May 12, 2017

Portable computer tablets, such as iPads and other electronic devices, may be a safe and effective way to help ease… Read More

Walking May Slow Memory Decline of Early Alzheimer’s

May 12, 2017

Taking regular, brisk walks may help to slow memory decline in those with early Alzheimer’s, a new study suggests. The… Read More

To Drive or Not to Drive With Alzheimer’s?

March 28, 2017

When to give up the car keys can be a very difficult decision for anyone in the early stages of… Read More

Slow Walking Speed May Predict Alzheimer’s Onset

March 28, 2017

Brain changes typical of Alzheimer’s disease may also cause subtle impairments in someone’s ability to walk, according to a new… Read More

Mild Behavioral Impairment May Be an Early Sign of Alzheimer’s

March 3, 2017

Most people think of memory loss when they think of Alzheimer’s disease. But a proposed new diagnostic tool uses a… Read More

A Sniff Test for Alzheimer’s Getting Closer

March 3, 2017

An Alzheimer’s test that gauges a person’s ability to detect and recall specific odors may soon be available in doctor’s… Read More

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