Alzheimer’s Common in ‘Oldest Old’ Women

December 27, 2011

More than 40 percent of elderly women ages 85 and over had symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease or other serious problems… Read More

Walk to Keep the Memory Sharp

December 27, 2011

Many studies suggest that daily activities like walking may help keep the memory sharp. Now a growing number of studies… Read More

Fisher Center for Alzheimer’s Research Foundation receives coveted 4-Star rating from Charity Navigator

November 7, 2011

New York, NY The Fisher Center for Alzheimer’s Research Foundation (ALZinfo.org) today announced it has received a four-star… Read More

Fish Oil Supplements May Boost Brain Health

November 4, 2011

Many people take fish oil supplements for heart health, and there is some research to suggest that fish oils may… Read More

Memory Loss May Not Be Present in Early-Onset Alzheimer’s

November 4, 2011

More than a third of people with early-onset Alzheimer’s, a form of Alzheimer’s that typically occurs before age 60, do… Read More

Moderate Drinking Can Reduce Alzheimer’s Risk

November 4, 2011

Want to lower your Alzheimer’s risk? A drink or two a day may help, according to a new report. But… Read More

Common Sleep Problem Linked to Dementia

November 2, 2011

A common breathing disorder called sleep apnea, in which sleepers stop breathing hundreds of times during the night, has been… Read More

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