Study: 4 Or 5 Healthy Lifestyle Practices May Reduce Risk of Alzheimer's, Other DementiasWith 5.8 million Americans living with Alzheimer's, anything that can be done do to ease that huge healthcare burden is important. That number is expected to grow to 14 million by 2050.
Ultrasound Technique Promises New Ways To Help Treat Alzheimer's DiseaseNew research on opening barriers in the treatment of diseases like Alzheimer's is offering promising treatments.
Study: Eye Test May Lead To Faster Alzheimer's DiagnosisCould a quick eye test be a way to diagnose Alzheimer's disease? That's what a new study has found.
Missing Tourist With Alzheimer's Found Safe After Frantic Search In MidtownPolice say 67-year-old John Tench was found in good condition after going missing late Thursday night in Times Square.
During Alzheimer's Awareness Month, L.I. Town Vows To Be 'Dementia-Friendly' AreaMore than five million Americans are battling Alzheimer's disease and that number is only expected to grow.
Girl, 11, Uses Puzzles To Help The Elderly Combat Alzheimer'sA young girl from New York is using a toy to combat a complicated disease.
Science: The Secret In Coffee To Ward Off Alzheimer's and Parkinson's DiseasesScientists have long said coffee can protect your brain and fight memory loss, and now they may have found out why.
Alzheimer's Breakthrough Gives Hope To MillionsDr. Yadong Huang and his team at Gladstone Institutes are looking at a gene they believe increases the risk for developing Alzheimer's.
Alzheimer’s New Jersey Helps Patients, Families Deal With The DiseaseMore than five million Americans have Alzheimer’s disease, with more than 600,000 people in New Jersey impacted by it.
New York Mets’ Legend Bud Harrelson Opens Up About Living With Alzheimer’sNew York Mets’ legend Bud Harrelson is opening up about his battle with Alzheimer's disease, sharing his story to let others know they are not alone.
Living With Alzheimer's: 10 Years In The Life Of An Alzheimer's Patient And Her Caregiver HusbandAs baby boomers move into old age and live longer, one of their greatest fears and possible health risks is Alzheimer's disease.
Tech Fair Touts Products That Help Patients & Caregivers Cope With Alzheimer'sAs terrible as it is for the patient, it's often even harder for the family and caregivers. Thankfully, technology may be making that burden a little easier.
Scientists Say They Have Fixed The Gene Linked To Alzheimer's DiseaseScientists found that apoE4 is only slightly different from the gene apoE3 however, the protein it produces within the body is much more damaging to human brain cells.
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.