May 26, 2016

University of California's Alzheimer's Prevention Program

Professor Gary Small
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Can you prevent Alzheimer's or is that just a false hope? Professor Gary Small, MD, Director of The UCLA Longevity Center, discusses the science of lowering your risk of Alzheimer's. See the latest in research-based prevention strategies.

Lighting & Security Help Make Dementia Easier

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See how improvements to lighting and color help ease living with dementia at home. Watch these security tips for keeping a loved one with Alzheimer's safe.

Thought of the Week: Ripple of Kindness

May 25, 2016

Alzheimer's Patient #1

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In 1906, Dr. Alois Alzheimer first identified Alzheimer's disease. A 51-year-old woman, Auguste Deter, exhibited behavioral symptoms and memory loss. Now see her original file.

God & Alzheimer's: Appreciating People with Dementia

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Even in dementia, people of faith consider a person's soul to be whole and complete. Learn how family, friends and caregivers can accept and appreciate the entire person even as their dementia progresses.

Advantages of Namzaric for Dementia

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Namazaric for dementia comes in a convenient, extended-release capsule. It conveniently combines today's 2 most popular drugs for Alzheimer's. Learn about easy-to-manage Namazaric.

May 24, 2016

Why Aren't More People Taking Aspirin to Prevent Vascular Dementia?

Vascular dementia is often caused by stroke. A stroke damages the brain's vascular system, upsetting the blood flow to brain cells. Most doctors don't tell eligible people to take aspirin for preventing heart attack and stroke. Learn why.

Ikaria Island Has 80% Less Dementia. What's Their Secret?

VIDEO:

Bill Weir learns the secrets to growing old gracefully, from a centenarian on the ancient Greek island of Ikaria.

May 23, 2016

Alzheimer's Versus Dementia

Brain
VIDEO:

Hear a clear explanation of the difference between Alzheimer's and dementia. Watch this video from Emory University Alzheimer's Disease Research Center to see why these are very different terms.

Sundowning: Is My Body Clock Broken or Just Disconnected?

Early-evening restlessness and agitation, known as 'sundowning', is common in Alzheimer's. So is fragmented sleep. A major discovery indicates these symptoms are curable.

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