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After 16 long years without a truly viable Alzheimer’s treatment, there’s some hope on the horizon, in a stunning reversal regarding the previously-rejected antibody therapy, aducanumab. The most recent research reveals that high doses of this medication do, in fact,… Read More
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If you’re among the 8% of Americans who actually achieve their New Year’s resolution goals, congratulations! But if you’re like the majority of us, you have given up well before even turning the calendar page to February. Although of course… Read More
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Among the hardest struggles for older adults is accepting the necessity for help with financial matters. Personal finances are both extremely personal and a representation of our independence, and adult children specifically are sometimes met with opposition when helping elderly… Read More
Artificial intelligence, machine learning concept with glowing brain neurons.
Memory loss and Alzheimer’s go hand in hand, and until now, researchers have been stumped in determining how to prevent, or remove, those beta-amyloid and tau proteins at the heart of the problem. Yet recent research has shown incredible results… Read More
Senior woman spending quality time with her daughter
Connecting with an older adult who is dealing with Alzheimer’s, particularly in the middle and later stages, is often discouraging – both for you personally and for your senior loved one. Brain changes affect the capacity to hear, process, and… Read More
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Have you ever felt yourself preparing to bubble over with uncontrollable laughter at the most ill-timed moment– in a crowded elevator, a hushed waiting room, or a religious service? Although there are, obviously, occasions when we need to suppress the… Read More
senior couple driving vintage car
Have you ever experienced that jolt of a distant memory that suddenly pops to the forefront of your mind, perhaps through a song, a scent, an image from the past? For those with Alzheimer’s disease, the strength of long-term memory… Read More
Help at Home
While there are certain commonalities, Alzheimer’s disease impacts each individual differently. Our highly trained Atlanta dementia caregivers know, for instance, that although one individual may find pleasure from being outdoors, another person could possibly be overwhelmed by so much sensory… Read More
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In Isaac Asimov’s opinion, “The easiest way to solve a problem is to deny it exists.” It is a typical sentiment for lots of family caregivers when their loved one is diagnosed with a chronic condition, such as dementia. And… Read More
Cancer Research
Every year since 1999, we have achieved an ever-increasing decrease in cancer-related deaths, a reassuring development which is poised to continue as experts discover more and more information on the causes of cancer and are able to identify new and… Read More