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Gardens Offer Sense Of Calm For People With Dementia

There are many symptoms a person lives with once they are diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or dementia.  Some of the hallmark symptoms of the disease are agitation, anxiousness, and restlessness.  Researchers continue to search for solutions on how to calm each of these symptoms.  A new study recently released showed that spending time in a garden […] Read More >>

Caring For Caregivers Pays Off In Alzheimer’s Fight

Caregivers play one of the most essential roles after a loved one has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease.  Far too often these caregivers are overstressed, lacking sleep while attempting to juggle multiple life challenges.  However, recent progress has been made in taking care of the caretakers. A program was developed close to two years ago […] Read More >>

Can An Eye Test Predict Alzheimer’s?

Researchers in their quest to find new testing for Alzheimer’s disease are trying new and innovative methods to detect the disease much earlier.  We’ve heard recent word of simple blood testing showing promising results.  At the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference in Copenhagen, Denmark, some exciting research was presented highlighting the potential of new vision testing […] Read More >>

Scientists Getting Closer To A Blood Test For Alzheimer’s

A few months back word came that scientists were doing studies on a simple blood test that could determine if someone had Alzheimer’s disease.  There were a significant amount of questions on the test, its reliability and if this type of testing would ever be readily available.  According to a new study just released, a […] Read More >>