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Newly-recognized brain disorder mimics Alzheimer's disease

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No cure for Alzheimer's disease in my lifetime

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Brain stimulation may reverse seniors' memory loss, study finds

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Memory-boosting electrical jolts could one day help treat dementia, Alzheimer's

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Alzheimer's disease risk linked to health of extended family members

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Study examining fitness tracker data links activity in older adults to lower dementia risk

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Five signs of early dementia

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Mental Health

New study suggests Alzheimer's disease develops differently in African-Americans

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Prevention

Two major things you can do to lower your risk of developing Alzheimer's disease

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Senior Health

Penn Medicine doctor's 5K raises thousands each year to benefit Alzheimer's research

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Adult Health

Excessive sleepiness during the day could be a warning sign of Alzheimer's

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Illness

Genetic testing: Should I get tested for Alzheimer's risk?

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Health News

How soon is soon enough to learn you have Alzheimer’s?

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Senior Health

Risk of developing Alzheimer's disease tied to liver, study finds

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Adult Health

Hormones may increase women's risk of Alzheimer's disease

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Medical Schools

Temple medical school announces creation of new Alzheimer's Center

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Research

Canola oil may worsen Alzheimer's disease, Temple researchers say

Psychology

Can memory loss be cured? Penn researchers' brain map has some answers

Sleep

Rutgers study suggests health benefits of dreaming in your sleep

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