The risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease increases for everyone with age. For Latinos—the fastest-growing group of older adults in the
Here is some information from the National Institute on Aging that may be of help. Doing things we enjoy gives
Below is a message from Yadira Montoya, MSPH, Senior Community Engagement Coordinator at the Rush Alzheimer’s Disease Center Here is
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In Alzheimer’s disease, changes to the brain likely start a decade or more before memory and other cognitive problems appear. This
Alzheimer’s disease often affects a person’s sleeping habits. It may be hard to get the person to go to bed and stay there. Someone with Alzheimer’s may sleep a lot or not enough, and may wake up many times during the night.