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  1. photo Legendary women's basketball coach Pat Summitt dies five years after <b>early</b>-<b>onset</b> <b>Alzheimer's</b> diagnosisLegendary women's basketball coach Pat Summitt dies five years after early-onset Alzheimer's diagnosisNews
    ." Early-onset Alzheimer's refers to cases in which the disease is diagnosed in people under 65 years old. Alzheimer's is the 6th leading cause of deathMore than 5 million Americans suffer from Alzheimer'sRead more
  2. photo 1 in 9 American adults over the age of 65 now have <b>Alzheimer's</b> <b>disease</b>1 in 9 American adults over the age of 65 now have Alzheimer's diseaseNews
    disease. Early-onset (or younger-onset) Alzheimer's has gained more attention recently since the death of legendary women's basketball coach, Pat Summitt, who passed away at the age of 64, just five yearsRead more
  3. photo Can We Prevent <b>Alzheimer’s</b> <b>Disease</b> With Healthy Food?Can We Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease With Healthy Food?Article
    a gene mutation that causes them to get early onset Alzheimer’s by age 50.  Researchers will give family members with the gene mutation an experimental drug, Crenezumab, that targets the build upRead more
  4. photo Optimal cholesterol ratios not only good for the heart, but also lower <b>Alzheimer's</b> <b>disease</b> riskOptimal cholesterol ratios not only good for the heart, but also lower Alzheimer's disease riskNews
    a role in promoting an early Alzheimer's diagnosis.Researchers from the University of California Davis have found another significant factor linking cholesterol ratios and Alzheimer's disease. PublishingRead more
  5. photo Blueberries can help fight <b>Alzheimer's</b>Blueberries can help fight Alzheimer'sNews
    65, however, 5% of sufferers have early-onset Alzheimer's, meaning that they are only in their 40s or 50s. It is estimated that more than 26 million people worldwide suffer from Alzheimer'sRead more
  6. photo Curing <b>Alzheimer's</b> <b>disease</b>: Ignored by conventional medicine and the mainstream mediaCuring Alzheimer's disease: Ignored by conventional medicine and the mainstream mediaNews
    on Alzheimer's and other neurodegenerative diseases. He started a clinic for people with, and concerned about Alzheimer's that focuses on Alzheimer's screening, early detection, and treatment. He has written twoRead more
  7. photo How to Remove Aluminum From Your Brain Before it Leads to <b>Alzheimer’s</b>How to Remove Aluminum From Your Brain Before it Leads to Alzheimer’sTreatment
    in an individual diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s disease, after an occupational exposure to aluminum. It has been directly linked to damaged cognitive function. The more people were subjected to aluminumRead more
  8. photo Peanut butter smell test serves as <b>early</b> diagnosis for <b>Alzheimer's</b>Peanut butter smell test serves as early diagnosis for Alzheimer'sNews
    -onset Alzheimer's In the end, there was a dramatic difference in smelling ability between the patients diagnosed with early-stage Alzheimer's disease and their non-diagnosed counterparts. AccordingRead more
  9. photo New risk factor for <b>Alzheimer's</b> <b>disease</b> revealed: Are you getting a good night's sleep?New risk factor for Alzheimer's disease revealed: Are you getting a good night's sleep?News
    of health problems, ranging from cardiovascular disease and depression to cancer and diabetes.Lack of restful sleep promotes brain tangle formation and early signs of Alzheimer's dementiaLead study author, DrRead more
  10. photo Nourishing your body with superfoods including cilantro, mint and spinach helps ward off <b>Alzheimer's</b> <b>disease</b> and dementiaNourishing your body with superfoods including cilantro, mint and spinach helps ward off Alzheimer's disease and dementiaNews
    to the elderly is causing a 9% increase in diabetes, early-onset cataracts and insulin resistance. Then it's the plaque–the calcified plaque and the coronary calcium–it continues regardless of statinRead more