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LATE and AD: Clinical Interactions

       Most neurological disorders are associated with a biomarker, a protein or biological by-product whose concentration correlates to the development of the disorder.

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Insulin and AD

        Insulin is typically associated with regulating blood glucose levels and diabetes, but it also serves as a crucial signaling molecule throughout

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New Discovery in Tau Pathology

      We frequently discuss what factors increase or reduce risk for Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and other memory-impairing disorders. However, with research constantly ongoing

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What is Hippocampal Sclerosis?

   Today we will discuss Hippocampal Sclerosis (HS), which causes memory impairment similar to, and frequently confused as, Alzheimer’s disease (AD). HS is often misdiagnosed

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COVID-19: What Can You Do?

     The newest coronavirus strain, COVID-19, has reached pandemic status. Similar to SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome) from 2013, COVD-19 induces respiratory complications. Those 65

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The Gut-Brain Axis: Part 3 of 3

The Gut-Brain Axis: Part 3 of 3 We recently introduced the gut-brain axis as a bidirectional communication loop. Ourbodies control, yet are in part controlled,

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The Bredeson Protocol

The Bredeson Protocol Many people come into our clinic asking about the Bredeson Protocol, wondering if it is a form of treatment for Alzheimer’s disease

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Our Stories

Our Stories, by the Alzheimer’s Association, features the unique stories of 5 individuals with Alzheimer’s disease. These interactive stories help to notice changes in yourself

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Sleep and Alzheimer’s Disease

Sleep and Alzheimer’s Disease Sleep problems and disorders are relatively common among seniors. Many individuals with a neurodegenerative disease complain of experiencing  insomnia, excessive daytime

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Clinical Trial Myths vs Facts

Clinical Trial Myths vs Facts Clinical trials tend to have a cloud of negative talk hovering over them. Participating in something that involves your health

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Tips and Resources For Caregivers

Tips and Resources for Caregivers According to the Alzheimer’s Association, 16.1 million Americans provide unpaid care for people with Alzheimer’s disease or other dementias, resulting

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IDEAS Study Results

IDEAS Study Results The Imaging Dementia-Evidence for Amyloid Scanning (IDEAS) Study was a 12 month, observational, open-label, longitudinal study done from February 2016 to December

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Acti-v8 Your Brain

Acti-v8 Your Brain: A Brain Health Initiative Acti-v8 Your Brain is a program that is designed to help individuals sustain a healthy brain! All of

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Our Research

Our Research Participation In the quest to conquer Alzheimer’s disease, new drugs that can be used long before the effects of the disease take hold

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Welcome to Our Blog! Here you will find posts with articles related to Alzheimer’s disease, Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI), and various brain health tips. Keep

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