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The Role of Alzheimer’s Disease Caregivers

By Jenni Doris

According to the Alzheimer’s Association, more than 16 million Americans provide unpaid care for people with Alzheimer’s disease and other types of dementia.

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Alzheimer’s Disease: Why Early Detection Matters

By Weston W. Radford, MD

Nearly six million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s disease.

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Tips to Manage Alzheimer’s Disease Symptoms

By Dr. Malgorzata Franczak

Despite the growing number of people diagnosed with Alzheimer's, there is still not a cure or treatment to stop the progression of the condition.

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How to Prevent a Stroke

By Dr. Rita Hanson

Did you know up to 70 percent of strokes are preventable?

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Types of Stroke

By Dr. Daniel Gibson

Having a stroke is a medical emergency that requires immediate medical attention, but there’s more than one kind of stroke.

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BE FAST Identifies Strokes and Saves Lives

By Dr. Mark Lazzaro

Every second counts when you’re having a stroke, and how quickly you receive treatment can determine your long-term outcome.

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Why Everyone Needs Advance Directives

By Dr. Nicole Brady

Although some people believe advance directives are only for the older population, anyone over the age of 18 needs to have them.

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Clinical Trials: How They Work and Why They Could Benefit You

By Ben George, MD

What if you could access tomorrow’s medical breakthroughs today? Participating in a clinical trial allows you to do just that.

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Starting a Conversation About Advance Directives

By Wayne L. Winistorfer

Having conversations about end-of-life care is tough but necessary. Before you start, ask yourself the following questions.

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