We all have memory slips and occasionally misplace our keys, and that tends to happen more often as we get older. This can make it difficult to distinguish between normal age-related changes in memory and cognition and the first signs of Alzheimer’s disease
There’s no cure or treatment for Alzheimer’s and related dementias, but the good news is that there’s a growing body of evidence that the right lifestyle choices can have a positive impact on overall brain health. This means that a person has the power to reduce and control their risks.
Learn about GeneMatch: a project underway at Roper St. Francis and across the nation to help scientists battle Alzheimer’s and how you may be able to help find a cure.
Alzheimers is a devastating disease that affects nearly 5.2 million Americans. Jacob Mintzer, MD discusses the latest advancements in Alzheimers prevention.
So you’ve always dreamed of being on the silver screen, right? But not like this. Unfortunately, there’s a really good chance YOU are in this film.
Alzheimer’s disease affects more than five million Americans. This disease destroys brain cells, resulting in the deterioration of the victims’ intellectual functions and they’re ability to interact with others.