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Using Cognitive Stimulation to Help Alzheimer’s Patients

Cognitive stimulation is a therapy that uses techniques and strategies that have proven beneficial effects on memory, helping people to become more skilled and thereby contributing to their learning ability. Recent research has...

Alzheimer’s Timeline Starts 25 Years Before Severe Dementia

Data from people with a rare form of early-onset Alzheimer’s disease offer a detailed look at each ominous step of the descent into severe Alzheimer’s dementia. Only 1% of people with Alzheimer’s disease get the early-onset form. But...

Is Pain Different For Women?

Most of us have grown up hearing that women feel more pain than men, whether it’s after surgery, while dealing with a chronic illness, or just after getting a boo-boo. In fact, a 2012 Stanford...

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