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We've been distributing tips for holidays with family members who have dementia. This one is particularly good.

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We blogged about this yesterday at www.glenner.org, but we also wanted to call out a UCLA study showing exercise into the senior years can do wonders for your brain, not just the rest of your body.

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More and more families are facing holidays in which the matriarch or patriarch no longer remember events and even family members. It can put a pall over festivities. This article from CNN's Elizabeth Landau provides some great tips for how to make the most of Thanksgiving.

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Nice piece in today's New York Times about where we're at today with Alzheimer's in that there really aren't a lot of options once a diagnosis is made.

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Now you know why some memories "stick" and others don't. It's all how you try to retain.

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Study shows menopausal women can cut their risk of Alzheimer's Disease with hormone therapy.

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Alex Witchel's story of caring for a mom with dementia is not all that atypical of those who assume the role of primary caregiver in the family. We especially like the part about how she reacted to her siblings.

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This article is in line with others we've read and a speech one of our Medical Advisory Board members gave two weeks ago about some of the drug trial failures being reintroduced to treat Alzheimer's disease - not dementia - much earlier, when the plaques and tangles first start to form.

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There's a shift taking place in the pharmaceutical industry - away from developing drugs that treat Alzheimer's dementia and instead applying the same or similar compounds to Alzheimer's disease. This means beginning doses before symptoms display. And this involves a radical shift.

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A new study says people with Type 0 blood - which is the most popular type - are at lower risk of heart disease. Since dementia is classified as a cardiovascular disease, there may be a connection there too.

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