Category Archive for: ‘Mild Cognitive Impairment/Alzheimers/Dementia’

  • depression and dementia

    Is There a Link Between Dementia and Depression?

    Dementia and depression are both conditions that affect our brains; however, is there more of a link between the two? Science is saying there is. Alzheimer’s Association states that up to 40 percent of people diagnosed with Alzheimer’s also suffer from depression; this particularly concerns …

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  • Alzheimer's disease and infection

    Do Infections Cause Alzheimer’s Disease?

    Since millions of people around the country are diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, they all want to know what causes it? While medical professionals do have some theories about the causes of this type of dementia, there is not one clear consensus. The latest news to …

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  • Los Angeles Alzheimer's paid trials

    Three Foods to Reduce Alzheimer’s Risk

    Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive condition that eventually leads to death. Unfortunately, there has not been a cure found for this disease as of yet, although Los Angeles medical studies are active searching for candidates to test various Alzheimer’s medication and treatments. The good news …

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  • California clinical trials

    Mild Cognitive Dementia Risk Factors

    Old age does not have to mean that you lose cognitive skills needed to live an independent lifestyle. While we can forget something at any age, mild cognitive impairment (MCI) is largely responsible for issues that affect our ability to communicate, remember, think and make …

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  • Los Angeles dementia pharmaceutical studies

    Is There a Dementia Vaccine?

    While some people believe that losing one’s memory and losing cognitive skills are a normal part of aging, often referred to as senility, that is not always the case. If you notice yourself or a loved one experiencing any of these symptoms, it is important …

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  • California Alzheimer's medical trials

    Is the M13 Virus the Next Alzheimer’s Cure?

    Alzheimer’s disease is the most common type of dementia. Mainly affecting people over 65-years old, this progressive condition starts with memory problems. A person may forget how to get to work one day, and not be able to balance a checkbook the next day. Some …

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  • California dementia clinical trial

    What is Frontal Lobe Dementia?

    Frontal lobe dementia is more commonly known as frontotemporal dementia, which occurs in 10 to 15 percent of all dementia cases. Most people are familiar with Alzheimer’s disease, which is the main type of dementia. However, frontal lobe dementia tends to differ in symptoms and …

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  • Los Angeles dementia doctor

    All About Los Angeles Senile Dementia Medical Trials

    The term “senile” often refers to someone that is acting strange. However, it is an actual medical term; senility, or senile dementia, is another term for dementia. The most common type of senility is called Alzheimer’s disease, with about five million Americans diagnosed with this …

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  • sundowning

    Dementia, Mild Cognitive Impairment & Sundown Syndrome

    Caregivers of people with mild cognitive impairment and dementia are usually familiar with the fact that during the late afternoon and early evening their patients seem to get progressively worse than earlier in the day. This phenomenon is referred to as sundowner syndrome, or sundowning, …

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  • Los Angeles dementia physician

    Everything You Need to Know About a Los Angeles Dementia Test

    While there is one test to determine a diagnosis for several conditions, such as HIV or the common flu, there is no single test that can provide certainty on whether a person has dementia or not. One of the reasons is that dementia is actually …

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