Alzheimer's disease is a type of dementia that usually affects older adults. It is characterized by memory loss that worsens over time and the loss of the ability to perform daily tasks;it is ultimately fatal. Some other illnesses can mimic symptoms of Alzheimer's disease.
Frequently asked questions on prevention, and treatment of Alzheimer's disease; Menopause related memory loss.
Mayo Clinic experts offer information, explanations and advice about treatment and care for patients with Alzheimer's Disease.
Compiled by NINDS, the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke.
Medical news, information, chat, articles, books, message boards, and directory of related sites on Alzheimers Disease.
Information on AD, the research being conducted, and what resources are available. Presented by the Fisher Center for Alzheimer's Research Foundation.
Share information and experiences about all forms of dementia. Available through the Alzheimer's Society website but is run and hosted by discussion forum members themselves.
Describes the symptoms, the causes, diagnosis, and treatment.
Causes and symptoms of Alzheimers disease, information on medication and other treatment options.
A new analysis may help detect the earliest signs of cell damage caused by Alzheimer's disease.
Information and resources on Alzheimer's and dementia throughout Central Texas.
Consumer health resource center offers information on causes, symptoms, and treatments of this brain disorder.
Provides information on this form of dementia. Includes a short video and details of symptoms, causes, diagnosis, treatment and prevention.
Factsheet on this form of cortical dementia affecting higher mental functions, including its epidemiology, presentation, differential diagnosis, investigation, management, prognosis and prevention.
News on Alzheimer's disease collected from various sources.
Alzheimer's disease affects an estimated 1 in 10 people over age 65. Find in-depth disease information including its causes, symptoms, diagnosis, and promising treatments.
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