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    Medical Reference Related to Alzheimers

    1. Alzheimer's Disease

      Alzheimer's disease is a progressive condition of the brain affecting memory,thought and language. The degenerative changes of Alzheimer's disease lead to patches or plaques in the brain and the entanglement of nerve fibers (neurofibrillary tangles). Memory loss and behavioral changes occur as a result of these changes in brain tissue. ...

    2. What Is Lewy Body Dementia?

      Learn the causes, symptoms, and treatment for one of the most common types of dementia.

    3. Alzheimer's Disease: How It’s Diagnosed

      WebMD provides an overview of diagnostic tests for Alzheimer's disease.

    4. Understanding Alzheimer's Disease -- Prevention

      Can you prevent against Alzheimer's disease? Learn more from WebMD.

    5. Is Alzheimer's Disease Genetic?

      What role does genetics play in Alzheimer's disease?

    6. Treatments for Alzheimer's Disease

      WebMD provides an overview of the latest treatment options for Alzheimer's disease.

    7. Alzheimer's Symptoms: Therapies That Can Help

      WebMD discusses types of therapies that may benefit Alzheimer's disease patients, including drugs, HRT, sensory therapy, and more.

    8. Understanding Alzheimer's Disease: the Basics

      Learn about Alzheimer's disease and what causes it.

    9. Understanding Alzheimer's Disease -- Symptoms

      WebMD explains the symptoms of Alzheimer's disease and how those symptoms change as the person with Alzheimer's moves through the mild, moderate, and severe stages of the disease.

    10. Understanding Alzheimer's Disease: Diagnosis & Treatment

      WebMD explains the diagnosis and treatment of Alzheimer's disease.

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