Posts Tagged ‘diagnose Alzheimer’s disease’

United States National Alzheimer's Plan

United States Lags in Alzheimer’s Disease Support

This month, the United States Senate Special Committee on Aging released a report examining how five nations — the United States, Australia, France, Japan and Britain — are responding to growing numbers of older adults with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. Every country has a strategy, but some are much further ahead than others. Notably, France began addressing […]

Neurotrack Technology Can Diagnose Alzheimer's Symptoms

Neurotrack Technology Can Diagnose Alzheimer’s Disease 3 to 4 Years Before First Symptoms Occur

“I watched two of my grandparents die ‘alone’ because they could no longer remember their family members who were sitting at their bedsides,” said Elli Kaplan. In some ways, Kaplan is just one of the millions who’ve lost a family member or loved one to Alzheimer’s disease. But she’s also an entrepreneur who’s aiming her […]

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Exercise Could Help Stave Off Onset of Alzheimer’s Disease

In the coming years the number of people suffering from Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia is expected to skyrocket as baby boomers age. Although researchers continue to learn more and more about Alzheimer’s disease, a cure seems a long ways off. A Journal reporter sat down with Dr. Larry Sellers, from Mercy’s Internal […]

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Blood Test For Alzheimer’s Gaining Ground

The possibility of an inexpensive, convenient test for Alzheimer’s disease has been on the horizon for several years, but previous research leads have been hard to duplicate. In a study to be published in the August 28 issue of the journal Neurology, scientists have taken a step toward developing a blood test for Alzheimer’s, finding […]

Advanced Technology Helping With Alzheimer’s Diagnosis

SPOKANE, WASHINGTON — A local company is using new technology to help diagnose Alzheimer’s disease in its earliest stages. Inland Imaging is the first to put the technology to the test in the region. More than 5 million Americans suffer from Alzheimer’s disease. That is why doctors said it is so important to have this […]