There is no known cure for Alzheimer's disease. However, according to a study performed by the Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, by taking memory and thinking exams, we may be able to decipher whether or not we or our loved ones are susceptible to the heartbreaking disease.Read Full Story
You never see women taking sexy selfies of their brains. There's no cure for Alzheimer’s disease. You never see anyone saying, "I had Alzheimer's and here's how I got better." And a woman is twice as likely to get Alzheimer's as she is breast cancer.Read Full Story
When my husband first received a tentative diagnosis of Alzheimer’s, I initially felt detached and numb. Could this really be happening to us? He’d been forgetting more than was average for someone in their early 70s, yet I felt mainly disbelief. In the months that followed, my family and I experienced a wide range of feelings: sadness, grief, anxiety, resentment, frustration, fear and anger – all totally understandable. If you’re facing emotional duress because a loved one has Alzheimer’s, here are some of the best tips to help you and your loved one on this journey.Read Full Story
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