Alzheimer's Disease Center
General OverviewAlzheimer's disease is a progressive condition that destroys brain cells and structures. People with Alzheimer's disease slowly lose the ability to learn and remember.More
- What is Alzheimer's disease?
- What are the risk factors?
- What are the symptoms?
- How is it diagnosed?
- How is it treated?
- What are the screening tests?
- How can I reduce my risk?
- What should I ask my healthcare provider?
Living With Alzheimer'sIn her own words: living with Alzheimer’s diseaseLong-term care facilities: you have optionsGet practical advice about the different types of facilities available.Adult day care: good for caregivers and the people they care forMany of the 25 million or more Americans who care for an older adult feel overwhelmed and trapped by the situation. But adult day care programs can help caregivers and the people they care for.Caregiver stress: the impact of chronic disease on the familyThe responsibilities of caregiving, added to the routine pressures of maintaining a family and professional life, can naturally lead to stress.
Preventing Alzheimer's DiseaseCan supplements reduce your risk of Alzheimer’s disease?Read here to learn about the role supplements may play in reducing your risk of Alzheimer's.
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