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Two Are Better Than One for Alzheimer’s Treatment
Two drugs are better than one for treating the middle stage of Alzheimer’s. This week’s Journal of the American Medical Association published the important study - the first to combine two drugs that are FDA approved for treatment of AD.
I Fear I'm Getting Alzheimer's - Can You Suggest Helpful Exercises
I am in my early seventies and have been experiencing memory lapses.I watched the news and learned about the role of exercise. Can you suggest any that I can do at home?
Alzheimer’s – A Positive Attitude Can Overcome a Bad Heredity
Studies have shown that negative expectations for aging shorten life and deplete life quality. Stress and negative thinking have been linked to every major disease, Alzheimer’s included! We need to activate our joy and aim for a positive outlook as we get older
Alzheimer’s - a disease of the Old begins in the Young
Brain changes occur many years before the manifestation of Alzheimer’s disease symptoms; prevention treatment could begin at an early age to avoid the characteristic damage of plaques and tangles.
Alzheimer’s - The Therapeutic Benefits of Writing Memoirs
If Alzheimer’s erases memory, then the patient must compensate for this memory loss. Writing things down relieves the burden of recall! Look at all the positive goals memoir writing will accomplish.
Are There Effective Alternative Treatments?
My dad was recently diagnosed with early stages of Alzheimer´s disease. What are some alternative treatments for Alzheimer’s? Is there any value to certain herbs or spices?
What toTell My Alzheimer's Mom When Dad Passes?
My mother has advanced alzheimers.My father is 91 and is presently very ill.When he passes, what do I do? What do I say to her about where he is? Please help.
How to Celebrate the Holidays
The holidays are exciting, just bursting with festivities: Lights, colors, new furniture, visitors and parties. However, for the Alzheimer’s patient this time period might be overwhelming, even frightening. Here are seven coping tools to make the holiday brighter for both caregiver and loved one.
Alzheimer's Personal Advice Column - 12/8/2003 Update
"When my husband hallucinates about things happening around him how do I respond?" This column will give you the opportunity to take back your power, express your feelings and find a support system.
Alzheimer’s Disease - A Progress Report
Alzheimer’s Disease is influenced by many factors. Researchers throughout the globe are working feverishly on trying to understand and cure this dreaded disease. The following are the latest findings:
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