Study Suggests Dancing Could Slow The Effects Of Alzheimer's DiseaseWhile there's no cure, there may be a non-drug therapy involving dancing that can slow the brain-robbing disease.
Federal Bill Would Track, Help Protect People With Alzheimer's, DementiaPeople with Alzheimer’s and dementia are at great risk of wandering away, and their families are asking for help to protect them.
Report: Scientists Find Alzheimer's Treatment While Trying To Cure DiabetesThe medication, known as a triple receptor drug -- or "triple agonist" -- reportedly works in multiple ways to protect the brain against degeneration and promote growth.
Grandmother With Dementia Proves She Could Never Forget Dear Ol' SantaThis 86-year-old great-grandmother of Albuquerque, NM had an incredible visit with Santa Claus over the Christmas holiday.
Consuming Leafy Greens Could Help Reduce Risk For Alzheimer's, DementiaThere may be a simple and tasty way to reduce your risk for progressive neurological diseases.
Walks Held Around New Jersey To Help End Alzheimer'sMore than 5 million Americans are living with Alzheimer's. In New Jersey alone, more than 500,000 people are impacted by the debilitating disease. 
Cognitive Computer Games May Ward Off Decline In Brain Function In The ElderlyAsk people what they fear most about growing old and they'll say Alzheimer's or dementia -- not being "with it."
Boot Camp Offers Crash Course For Caregivers Of People With Alzheimer's, DementiaAlzheimer's disease is a tragedy for both the patient and for family members tasked with caring for the person with dementia.
Study Finds Signs Of Alzheimer’s In People With Poor Sleep QualityWe know Alzheimer's patients have trouble sleeping, but a new study says poor sleep may itself be a risk factor for Alzheimer's disease.
Coffee Could Help Prevent Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s – But It Depends On Your MetabolismIf you're like most people you can't imagines starting the day until you've had a cup of coffee or two.
New Brain Cell Technique Opens Window To Monitoring Alzheimer's, EpilepsyThe brain's nerve cells communicate by firing messages to each other through junctions called synapses, and problems with those connections are linked to disorders like Alzheimer's and epilepsy. Now Yale University researchers have developed a way to picture synapses in living brains.
Distraction, Restlessness In Adults: Is It Dementia Or Is It ADHD?As Americans grow older, doctors are seeing more coming in with symptoms that look like early dementia or Alzheimer's, but is it really?

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