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Nancy Reagan's Alzheimer's awareness efforts inspire East Texans
The nation was saddened by the news of former First Lady Nancy Reagan's death on Sunday. She and her husband had a big impact on the way Alzheimer's is viewed in the U.S.
'Statins for the brain' could prevent millions of Alzheimer's Disease cases
They say that, just as people at risk of heart attacks today are given statins to keep them healthy, in future, people could take these 'neurostatins' to stave off dementia.
In war against Alzheimer`s, here`s `ground zero
Washington: With a team of scientists identifying the “ground zero” of Alzheimer's disease in the brain, the battle to beat dementia seems to have beefed up.
Busy Brains Delay Alzheimer's Symptoms But Not the Disease
Keeping an active mind with intellectual pursuits in midlife may delay the onset of Alzheimer's disease symptoms, but it does not appear to prevent the physical changes in the brain for most people, a new study finds.
Strong women tackle Alzheimer's on the gridiron
Lisa Kondrat (and behind her from left), Michelle Anderson, Jocelyn Fielding and Amanda Ruedas celebrate a Green team touchdown. / Photo by Thomas Melville. slideshow.

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