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's pastime. "It brings everybody together which is really cool, you get to meet other people who have gone through the same things as you," says 14-year-old Emily Price.
Volunteers and firefighters at the Garden City Fire Dept. hosted a fundraiser for Fire Chief Jimmy Crosby and his wife, who is suffering from Alzheimer's Disease.
We don't die. That's what we like to tell ourselves, anyway. We don't get old, we don't get sick, we don't forget, and we certainly never die.
You may recall the video of a withdrawn elderly man who comes to life upon hearing music he cares about on an iPod.
Researchers interviewed family members who care for loved ones with dementia to understand the problems they face.
Anger: Danny Birkett who is angry at the care he received during his stay in Preston Hospital, with his wife Carolyn and daughters Gemma and Sarah The family of an Alzheimer's sufferer is demanding answers from hospital bosses after it took five days to discover he had a back fracture - despite them pushing for an X-ray.
The Economist magazine this week points out that efforts have slowed recently in developing drug treatment options for Alzheimer's disease.
Seventy-six year old Maryann Campbell still has her spirit of positivity, even though she has Alzheimer's disease.
Boston University School of Medicine researchers may have found a way to delay or even prevent Alzheimer's disease .
The announcement that Broncos owner Pat Bowlen is suffering from Alzheimer's pushed the disease into the spotlight Wednesday, but for many families, battling it is a quiet and private journey.
Commonwealth Games medal hopeful and javelin legend Goldie Sayers is to draw the annual Alzheimers UK raffle next month in host city Glasgow.
A new study suggests a new set of compounds initially developed for cancer treatments, show potential as a pharmacological treatment for Alzheimer's disease.
Marty Boogaart, from left, Patricia Dehaeck, Lori Auld, Charlene Wing and Mark Johnson outside the Alberta legislature on Wednesday, July 23, 2014.
Every 70 seconds, someone in the U.S. develops Alzheimer's disease. There is no cure, but there is new hope.
With Broncos owner Pat Bowlen relinquishing control of the team to battle Alzheimer's disease, here's a look at what you need to know about the disease, a progressive brain disorder that damages and destroys brain cells, leading to loss of memory and other intellectual abilities.
As a palliative care nurse, Deidra Atwood has spent a majority of her life and career helping people as they have endured many different disease processes.
Updated: Sat Jul 26, 2014 01:46 am
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