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New Drug Shows Promise for Alzheimer’s

September 18, 2018

A new drug showed promise in both reducing the plaques that build up in the brains of those with Alzheimer’s… Read More

Pain Relievers Present Special Hazards in People With Alzheimer’s Disease

September 5, 2018

People with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia were especially likely to suffer from harmful side effects from commonly… Read More

Giving Up the Guns When a Family Member Has Alzheimer’s

August 30, 2018

Anyone who cares for a loved one who has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease knows the challenges that can arise… Read More

Battling Depression

August 28, 2018

Treatment can improve quality of life By Karen Shugart Living with Alzheimer’s disease brings a multitude of challenges. Untreated depression… Read More

Dig in to Gardening

August 22, 2018

Gardening has lots of benefits for you and you your loved one. By Jennifer Sellers Gardening. It’s one of the… Read More

Paranoia and Memory Loss

August 20, 2018

“Paranoia is a subset of and related to delusions,” explains Dr. Nash, who is board-certified in internal medicine and psychiatry. “Delusions are fixed, false beliefs while paranoia involves fearfulness that comes from misinterpreting information—such as thinking that things are dangerous to you or others even though they are not.” Read More

Care Management Program Is Reducing Need for Anti-anxiety Medication and Visits to the Hospital/Emergency Room

August 16, 2018

New York, NY, August 2018 – Last year researchers at the Zachary and Elizabeth M. Fisher Alzheimer Disease Education and… Read More

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