You can change your brain's destiny says Lisa Genova, a neuroscientist and the author of Still Alice,
The U.S. Postal Service is now offering a stamp with a fundraising mission to fight Alzheimer’s disease.
Medical News Today has selected five blogs on Alzheimer's disease that showcase the most recent research, provide a day-in-the-life account of living with the disease, and share perspectives from caregivers.
How do you tell the difference between “normal” forgetfulness and serious memory loss due to dementia?
Dr. Bill Thomas encourages another way to think about Alzheimer's without the "tragedy narrative."
If you've had trouble understanding Alzheimer's, try this short, straightfoward video explanation.
The National Institute on Aging's "Caring for a Person with Alzheimer's Disease" guide will help you learn about and cope with the changes and challenges of caring for someone living with the disease.
While it is common knowledge that Alzheimer’s disease robs people of their ability to remember, other truths about the disease are less well known.
This short but enlightening Washington Post video by Gillian Brockell offers tips on how to treat a friend or loved one who is diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease.
Mike Bleninger, a reporter for The Post Review in North Branch, Minn., and North Branch Mayor Kristen Hagen-Kennedy got a firsthand sense of what it’s like to have dementia.
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