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It's a common condition — but both preventable and treatable
Experts recommend discussing the use of anticholinergics with your doctor
Caregivers navigating complex, emotional situations to meet their needs and others'.
UsAgainstAlzheimer's focused on patients, caregivers and pharmaceuticals
Learning their five mistakes could help you avoid a similar fate
Alzheimer's conference studies on biological, genetic and socioeconomic factors
Experts assess it — plus, an update on new plans from Sen. Booker and Klobuchar
It tailors activities to each individual's abilities and interests
CVS MinuteClinic, Walgreens and Kroger's Little Clinic are all making efforts
People are asking if a president can be too old. Two professors answer.
The disease affects a different brain protein and occurs mostly in people over 80
One family's struggles getting claims paid on their policies
Following World Elder Abuse Awareness Day, advice from an expert
A neuroscientist talks about her research into the question
Some studies, and families, say yes; some experts emphasize caution
For most of America's aging population, health care leaves much to be desired
In this 'Ask the Expert' column, a dietitian explains the possibilities
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