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Natural Remedy May Help Alzheimer’s 

According to recent research published in The Journals of Gerontology, beets are not just the pretty faces of the vegetable world. Researchers at the… 694 more words

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New Exhibit at Dana! Alzheimer’s Disease: Walking the Path of Science, Medicine, and Care-giving

Dana Medical Library has a new exhibit up in its Main Hallway tackling the topic of Alzheimer’s Disease. This exhibit looks at what it is, why it occurs, and why it is considered a public health issue. 340 more words

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Remembering Those Who Don't

She would grab whatever she could – a look, a whisper, a moan – to salvage from perishing, to preserve. But time is most unforgiving of fire, and she couldn’t, in the end, save it all.  161 more words

A Pin, A Post & A Tweet: Stopping the Monster

Last Sunday I shared a small portion of the devastating effect of Alzheimer’s on my life. If you missed it, you can find it here… 66 more words

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Stopping the Monster

Alzheimer’s is personal for me.

I lost my mom nearly 7 years ago to Alzheimer’s after an 8+ year journey, and my mother-in-law 5 years ago after a somewhat shorter, though no less painful, journey. 613 more words

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Education: Program Benefits Individuals with Alzheimer’s Disease

The Detroit Zoological Society (DZS) has partnered with the Alzheimer’s Association-Greater Michigan Chapter to bring its Community Connect program to the Detroit Zoo. This program provides a broad range of socialization and culturally significant events and outings for people living with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia, as well as for their care partners. 202 more words

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Alzheimer's Association BOLD Infrastructure Act

Scott Robarge, a recruiting consultant for Bay Area tech companies and the founder of consultancy Another8, supports the Alzheimer’s Association. Thanks to the support of people like Scott Robarge, the Association combats all forms of Alzheimer’s through fundraising, research, and advocacy. 121 more words

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