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Alzheimer's: Searching for a Cure

Alzheimer's Disease is a brain disorder that occurs gradually. It starts with mild memory loss, changes in personality and behavior, and a decline in thinking abilities (cognition). It progresses to loss of speech and movement, then total incapacitation and eventually death. It is normal for memory to decline and the ability to absorb complex information to slow as people get older, but AD is not a part of normal aging.

 

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Living with Alzheimer's Disease
A study on how to cope with Alzheimer's Disease. This class will teach you how to safely care for an Alzheimer's patient at home. This course can save you thousands of dollars that you would have to pay to a nursing home.

 

Alzheimer's Disease

Sufferers of Alzheimer's become forgetful, lose their memory and may become anxious and depressed. But there are ways to keep it at bay.

 

 

Stages of Alzheimer's Disease

Experts have documented common patterns of symptom progression that occur in many individuals with Alzheimer’s disease and developed several methods of “staging” based on these patterns.

 

10 Warning Signs of Alzheimer’s Disease

Some change in memory is normal as we grow older, but the symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease are more than simple lapses in memory. People with Alzheimer’s experience difficulties communicating, learning, thinking and reasoning — problems severe enough to have an impact on an individual's work, social activities and family life.

 

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