October 9, 2015
Alzheimer's always comes with two culprits in the brain: tau proteins and amyloid plaque. Most research is focused on getting rid of the amyloid. Learn why any potential cure for Alzheimer's needs to deal with tau proteins, as well.
Teepa Snow reveals vascular dementia's unique challenges to caregivers. Learn how vascular dementia is different from Alzheimer's. See what you can do to make life better for you and the one for whom you care.
October 7, 2015
Don Hayen is a retired doctor and former medical director of an HMO. He was diagnosed with Alzheimer's at age 71. But it took a lot longer than it should have. Find out why it did and why he wishes it didn't.
For the first time in a hundred years, researchers are providing hope to people with Alzheimer's, instead of well-meaning but useless understanding. Learn how vascular problems trigger Alzheimer's decades before symptoms appear. See how that knowledge helps people to lower risk and slow it down.
In 2015, Namazaric for dementia hit pharmacy shelves. The convenient, extended-release capsule conveniently combines today's most popular drugs for Alzheimer's. Learn more about easier-to-manage Namazaric.
Alzheimer's scientists are racing to find ways to cure it. Watch this down-to-earth video-animation on the direction of Alzheimer's research. Find out how you can do your part, too.
Early-onset Alzheimer's is usually inherited, striking ages 30 to 60. Get the details on Early-onset Alzheimer's. See how one family is in a trial to find a breakthrough.