Is There a Link Between Sleep and Alzheimer’s?

One in three Americans do not get enough sleep, and 45% of the remaining world’s population doesn’t either. The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention calls that a “public […]

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Can Poor Sleep Increase Your Risk of Alzheimer’s?

You may already know that not getting enough good sleep can cause daytime sleepiness, an inability to make good decisions, car and other accidents, unhealthy food choices, weight gain, depression, […]

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High Intensity Exercise for Seniors

The health benefits of exercise are well-established for people of all ages. The benefits from eating healthy and having a proper exercise routine are also well-established. However, only recently has […]

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Alzheimer’s Stigmas

Even with everything we have learned, Alzheimer’s Stigmas still exist.  When a loved one starts to lose his or her memory, it can be a struggle for the entire family. […]

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Alzheimer’s Disease Prevention

Alzheimer’s disease is one of the biggest concerns many of us have as we get older. While you may have been told that all you can do is hope for […]

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Warning: An Alzheimer’s Tsunami is Coming and We Must Prepare

That’s the message from Andrew Tisch, chairman of Loews Corporation, co-founder of the political reform group No Labels, and Vice Chair of the U.S. Global Leadership Coalition. In a recent […]

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The Costs of Dementia: For the Patient and the Family

A recent report from the Alzheimer’s Association states that one in nine Americans age 65 or older currently have Alzheimer’s. With the baby boomer generation aging and people living longer, […]

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Behavior Changes Are Often First Signs of Dementia

New Checklist Helps Catch Symptoms Earlier Researchers presenting at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference 2016 (AAIC 2016) in July introduced and described a new condition known as mild behavioral impairment […]

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