Alzheimer's Disease

Caring for the Alzheimer's caregiver — still time to register!
St. Benedict’s Senior Community is offering Validation Associate Courses intended for health care providers, community members and direct care providers who care for people with dementia. The four-session fall course begins Oct. 19. For details or to register, visit centracare.com or email cch.education@centracare.com.
Fight inflammation using food
Food truly has the power to influence our health — poor-quality food can create inflammation and disease and high-quality food can prevent or treat chronic disease. Registered Dietitian Briana Traut, CentraCare Weight Management, shares a list of anti-inflammatory foods.
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Alzheimer's Disease

Feeling drowsy during the day might mean you have an increased risk for Alzheimer's, new research suggests.

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Alzheimer's Disease

An eye exam might spot people with Alzheimer's disease before they show any symptoms, researchers report.

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Alzheimer's Disease

There have been many setbacks on the long road to finding a treatment that might slow or stop Alzheimer's disease, but a new trial offers a glimmer of hope.

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Could Pot-Linked Drug Help Ease Agitation in Alzheimer's?

TUESDAY, July 24, 2018 -- The active ingredient in pot that gets you high can calm agitation in people with advanced Alzheimer's disease, a small new study suggests.

Canadian researchers found that a form of synthetic THC significantly decreased agitation in a small group of Alzheimer's patients, working even better than the drugs now used.

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