Majority of Global Alzheimer’s Cases Go Untreated | Rochester, MI

Alzheimer’s disease impacts people around the globe, in every country, but that doesn’t mean victims of the disease are receiving the treatment they need. According to a new study, in some low-income countries, as many as 90% of dementia cases are thought to go undiagnosed, and thus untreated. Alzheimer’s Disease International…

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New Study Addresses Caregivers’ Questions about Donepezil For the vast majority of the aging population, avoiding placement in a nursing home or assisted living facility is a top priority. There are countless ways to go about this, such as hiring in-home care services or using home and community-based services to…

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Inching Towards a Cure for Alzheimer’s Headlines proclaiming the discovery of a potential Alzheimer’s treatment are often in the news, yet a cure for the disease continues to elude scientists. So what’s happening? Why do these seemingly promising studies fail to produce a reliable method of Alzheimer’s prevention or treatment?…

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Mild Cognitive Impairment Mild cognitive impairment falls somewhere between age-associated memory impairment and early dementia. People with mild cognitive impairment are more forgetful than normal for their age, but they don’t experience other cognitive problems associated with dementia, such as disorientation or confusion about routine activities. They are generally able to live independently…

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Promising Advances in Alzheimer’s Detection and Prevention In a world where the average person is living a longer (if not necessarily healthier) life, Alzheimer’s disease has become a hot-button health topic. The search for a way to prevent, cure or effectively treat the disease that affects over five million Americans…

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This Personality Trait Could Double Your Risk of Alzheimer’s Anger, guilt, worry and jealousy; a quartet of traits often experienced multiple times during different phases of the caregiver’s journey. But women for whom these so-called “neurotic” traits are the norm in middle age may find that their risk for developing…

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Inching Towards a Cure for Alzheimer’s Headlines proclaiming the discovery of a potential Alzheimer’s treatment are often in the news, yet a cure for the disease continues to elude scientists. So what’s happening? Why do these seemingly promising studies fail to produce a reliable method of Alzheimer’s prevention or treatment?…

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 Scientists Search Reagan’s Speech for Signs of Alzheimer’s Former president Ronald Reagan is known for many things: “Reaganomics,” the War on Drugs, the end of the Cold War, surviving an assassination attempt, the Iran-Contra affair—a list of policies and events as long as it is impactful. But questions about Reagan’s…

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 Inching Towards a Cure for Alzheimer’s Headlines proclaiming the discovery of a potential Alzheimer’s treatment are often in the news, yet a cure for the disease continues to elude scientists. So what’s happening? Why do these seemingly promising studies fail to produce a reliable method of Alzheimer’s prevention or treatment?…

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 Common Drug Ineffective in Early Alzheimer’s A recent study conducted by researchers in the U.S. has found that memantine, the generic form of a common Alzheimer’s drug called Namenda, has no appreciably salutary effect on people who have mild Alzheimer’s. Read Full Article (Reuters)   Source: agingcare.com Contact Pure Home Care…