Tag Archives: Alzheimer’s

Dr. Orehek Discusses 23andMe with WCCO

You may have seen the news last month about the at-home genetic testing company 23andMe recently receiving approval from the FDA to provide genetic testing for genes associated with risk of 10 different diseases or conditions, including late-onset Alzheimer’s and … Continue reading

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Neuropsychologist Dr. Sonia Mosch to be at the MN State Fair for “Ask the Expert”

Dr. Sonia Mosch, PhD., Clinical Neuropsychologist for the MN Wild (NHL Concussion Program), will be at the HealthStar booth for “Ask the Expert” Minnesota State Fairgrounds – August 29, 2016 Dr. Mosch performs neuropsychological assessments for individuals concerned about the … Continue reading

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Keep Your Brain Healthy!

  A recent article posted to healthfinder.gov shares exciting news: three new studies show that the rate of dementia is falling.  Although the overall number of people in the United States with Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI), dementia, or Alzheimer’s Disease may have increased simply because … Continue reading

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Richard Golden MD answers: What advice would you give to a caregiver of patient with Alzheimer’s?

 Dr Richard Golden earned his medical degree from the University of Minnesota, where he also completed his residency. He has special interest in Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease. Dr Golden is a 5 time Mpls/St Paul Magazine Top Doctor.   … Continue reading

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Neurology Today: Seizures and Epileptiform Activity Occur in Early States of Alzheimer’s, New Study Finds

Seizures and Epileptiform Activity Occur in Early States of Alzheimer’s, New Study Finds Talan, Jamie Back to Top | Article Outline ARTICLE IN BRIEF Investigators reported that 6- to 7-percent of patients with Alzheimer’s disease and/or amnestic mild cognitive impairment … Continue reading

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Growth Factor Gene Transfer May Improve Alzheimer’s

Researchers completed a transfer of growth factor which showed  reversal of some memory deficits.  Read more…

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Living Well

Looking for a guide for living well with Dementia?  The Alzheimer’s Association provides “Living Well, A Guide for Persons with Mild Cognitive Impairment & Early Dementia” which provides education on how eating well, exercising your mind, reducing stress and more … Continue reading

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Understanding Alzheimer’s Disease

Dennis Selkoe MD looks at Alzheimer’s potential cause for cognitive decline.  Watch video as he explains.

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Alzheimer’s Education

There is education available for persons with Alzheimer’s and their friends and family members.  To find educational programs that are available through the Alzheimer’s Assocation…click here.

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Top Warning Signs of Alzheimer’s

Looking for more information regarding the warning signs of Alzheimer’s disease…learn here

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