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Recent Alzheimers News
- Former All Black captain tackles dementia
Former All Black captain Reuben Thorne is helping to support the approximately 50,000 New Zealanders with dementia, by becoming Alzheimers NZ’s second Champion for Dementia.
- Carterville Pastor Retires to Battle Alzheimers
WILLIAMSON COUNTY-- Dorothy Cook has been the pastor of Carterville's First Apostolic Church for 43 years.
- Reuben Thorne joins fight against dementia
The former All Black captain has joined forces with Alzheimers New Zealand.
- Two out of three NZers 'are touched by dementia'
New research released by Alzheimers NZ reveals that two out of every three Kiwis know or have known someone with dementia.
- The neuroprotective lifestyle
6 ways to reduce your risk of developing Alzheimers Disease. September is the third annual World Alzheimers Month , a worldwide campaign organized by Alzheimers Disease International (ADI) to raise awareness of, and challenge the stigma associated with, this debilitating condition. Alzheimers is the most common form of dementia, affecting some 36 million worldwide, with an estimated annual cost ...
- Two-thirds of New Zealanders are touched by dementia
New research released by Alzheimers NZ reveals that two out of every three Kiwis know or have known someone with dementia. For 64 percent of those people it is a family member and a third have been involved in their direct care and support.
- How to lead a brain-healthy lifestyle
More than a third of New Zealanders say dementia is one of the things they fear most about getting older. It's a legitimate fear as there's currently no prevention or cure for Alzheimers or other forms of dementia.
- Walk to end Alzheimer's raises thousands
Town of Dickinson, NY (WBNG Binghamton) More than 600 people took part in the 2014 Greater Binghamton Walk To End Alzheimer's on Sunday afternoon.
- Walking in their shoes: Virtual tour provides insight into dementia, Alzheimers
BULLHEAD CITY — Creating a positive environment for those with dementia comes easier after attempting to walk in their shoes.
- Why do so many women get Alzheimers? New research points to genetics, other factors.
Emerging body of research suggests biological, genetic and cultural factors play role in gender disparity.