Understanding Alzheimer’s: A Guide for Brain Awareness Month 2024

June is Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month, a time dedicated to increasing awareness about Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias, advocating for the brain’s health, and supporting those affected by these conditions. This month, we delve into what Alzheimer’s is, its impact on individuals and families, and how we can all contribute to raising awareness and …

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NATIONAL MINORITY HEALTH MONTH

In celebration of National Minority Health Month, we explore the impact of diversity in clinical trials on public health. Clinical trials play a crucial role in medical research by testing the safety and efficacy of new treatments, making it essential that they accurately reflect the population they aim to serve. Read on to learn more …

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Navigating Alzheimer’s Care: Tips for Memory Loss and Alzheimer’s Disease

Caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease involves understanding the nuances of memory loss and the challenges of Alzheimer’s disease. This comprehensive guide offers essential tips to optimize Alzheimer’s care while addressing memory loss and Alzheimer’s disease. Educate Yourself about Alzheimer’s: Understanding the symptoms, progression, and challenges associated with Alzheimer’s disease is crucial for …

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Navigating the Journey of Alzheimer’s Disease: A Guide to Caring for Your Loved Ones

Understanding Alzheimer’s Disease: Alzheimer’s disease primarily affects memory, cognitive functions, and behavior. As a caregiver, educating yourself about the stages and symptoms of Alzheimer’s is crucial. This knowledge will empower you to provide better care and navigate the challenges that may arise. Developing a Routine: Establishing a consistent routine is beneficial for individuals with Alzheimer’s. …

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Helping Your Loved One with Memory Loss

A sense of helplessness is a familiar feeling experienced when memory issues become apparent in our loved ones. On the contrary, taking action and helping your loved ones with memory loss is potentially the greatest gift we could ever give them. Snapshot of Warning Signs for Alzheimer’s Experiencing memory issues in our later years is …

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Memory Loss: A Caregiver’s Guide

Caring for a loved one with memory loss can be very rewarding. You’ll provide the care that allows them to face their journey with love and dignity. Caregiving can also be all-consuming and stressful, and the weight of their life and yours bears down on your shoulders. Caregivers of loved ones with memory loss juggle …

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Why Get a Memory Screening?

Though some people are at higher risk, anyone can develop Alzheimer’s disease (AD). Recent studies show the chances of developing a form of dementia double every five years between the ages of 65 to 90. Since some memory loss is expected with aging, early signs of cognitive decline can go unnoticed. The first step in finding out …

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STUDIES ARE ENROLLING NOW!​

MEMORY LOSS

For those who are struggling with memory loss, a memory screen is a step in the right direction to keeping their minds healthy. Apply for a FREE memory screen today!

Narcolepsy

If you or someone you love has been struggling with excessive daytime sleepiness and cataplexy (muscle weakness) related to narcolepsy, a clinical trial may be an option.