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Alzheimer's Disease

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Top Alzheimer's Disease Articles

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  • For a healthy brain, control blood glucose through diet

    Poor dietary choices, being overweight, and being inactive often lead to blood glucose problems. And research suggests that elevated blood glucose levels — in people with or without diabetes — may be linked with cognitive problems. In a study...
  • Lake County Animal Services extends $10 adoption fee

    Lake County Animal Services' shelter management has opted to continue its summer adoption sale through Oct. 1. Adoption rates are $10 for dogs and cats. Cats also are BOGO — buy one, get one free. A maximum of three dogs and four cats may be...
  • Toronto: Julianne Moore's Alzheimer's Drama 'Still Alice' Explores Disease

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - The realities of Alzheimer's disease and its effects on both the patients and their loved ones form the core of "Still Alice," starring Julianne Moore as Dr. Alice Howland, a 50-year-old college professor who is diagnosed...
  • Once-missing New Smyrna Beach man found in Broward

    Once-missing New Smyrna Beach man found in Broward
    A once-missing elderly Volusia County man with Alzheimer's has been found in Broward County. The Volusia County Sheriff's Office launched a search for Henry Palmer, 81, of New Smyrna Beach after he drove away from his home Sunday afternoon. Palmer was...
  • Mysterious Facebook Petition Asks Fans to 'Save' Paul Schrader Movie

    Somewhere, Paul Schrader's head must be spinning. Again. Back in 2004, the iconoclastic "Taxi Driver" screenwriter found himself locked in a headline-grabbing battle for creative control when his "Dominion," a prequel to William Friedkin's Oscar-...
  • Forgetting versus forgetting your manners

    I may sometimes forget; I’m at that age. But I always remember my manners. Although I am a septuagenarian, I am sufficiently lucid to know how to spell the word, not to mention stay current. However, in the past few months I have been told by a...
  • At 93, she entertains at assisted-living facility

    At 93, she entertains at assisted-living facility
    Jan Weaver walks through the front lobby of the Spring Hills Hunters Creek assisted-living center wearing a white dress with silver and black sequins, a purple sash that says "Ms. Senior America," and a silver crown held securely atop her pure-white...
  • AbbVie partners with Google to develop new drugs for aging

    AbbVie partners with Google to develop new drugs for aging
    A startup backed by Google, the Silicon Valley powerhouse whose innovations range from its eponymous search engine to self-driving cars, is teaming up with a North Chicago drug company to develop treatments for diseases tied to aging. Drugmaker AbbVie...
  • Fleet Farming putting local produce on a roll

    Fleet Farming putting local produce on a roll
    Goggles on, boys and girls. I've returned to the test kitchen and the Pro-14 food-processor blades are back to full Tilt-A-Whirl mode. Here is your daily dish. Local produce on the move. Orlando food hub East End Market and IDEAs For Us, a think tank...
  • Run, walk or roll to benefit poverty, Alzheimer's, disabilities

     
    Three Orlando events in September and October will give you a bit of exercise as you help those in need, the disabled and those with Alzheimer's....
  • Venice Film Review: 'The Farewell Party'

    A group of friends at a Jerusalem retirement home construct a machine for self-euthanasia in order to help a terminally ill pal in "The Farewell Party," a poignant, provocative dramedy from Israeli helmers Sharon Maymon and Tal Granit. with dignity....