Some 5 million Americans are battling Alzheimer’s disease, and those numbers are expected to triple in the coming years. But there is now a simple at-home test to help spot telltale problems early.
Broadway, Voice-Over Actors Unite For Cabaret Show To Raise Money For Alzheimer’s Patients, Caregivers
Voices Remember” is an intimate cabaret show fundraiser, explained Rudy Gaskins, creator and executive producer of the Voice Arts Awards.
A federal judge has approved a potential $1 billion plan to resolve thousands of NFL concussion lawsuits filed by retired players.
The seniors at the Fred Astaire Dance Studio on the Upper East Side dance for something more than just a good time. Each step they take may help ward off dementia.
Kenneth Shinozuka, 16, was presented with the New York City Alzheimer’s Association’s first-ever Young Innovators Award on Sunday.
A Westchester County initiative is providing free radio frequency bracelets designed to help keep track of Alzheimer’s patients in the event they wander off from their loved ones.
The NFL estimates that nearly three in 10 former players will develop debilitating brain conditions, and that they will be stricken earlier and twice as often as the general population.
CBS 2 reveals five easy tests to help detect the early signs of several diseases.
Alzheimer’s Disease is the sixth leading cause of death in the U.S. and a new report finds the disease affects many more women than men.
The newest test is a blood test that can reportedly predict who will get Alzheimer’s several years before symptoms appear.
The memory-robbing disease is the sixth leading cause of death in the United States, however, the study suggests its impact may actually be on par with cancer and heart disease.
Some 5-million Americans are currently battling Alzheimer’s disease and that number is expected to nearly triple over the next three decades.
Vitamin E has already been credited with helping to keep your skin beautiful and preventing strokes. Now there’s evidence it could help slow down the progression of Alzheimer’s disease.
The Alzheimer’s Association is predicting that within 40 years, 20 percent of all New Yorkers will either have Alzheimer’s or be caring for someone who does.
Over the past three years, the Growth and Awareness Group for Alzheimer’s at Byram Hills High School has raised more than $65,000 for research.