Curbing your sugar intake could help keep your memory sharp.
Caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease can be an emotional rollercoaster. An expert offers some pointers to help you deal with — and even appreciate — your situation.
In honor of Alzheimer’s Awareness Month, we asked Cleveland Clinic caregivers about the memories they have that they wouldn’t want to lose. Katherine Lee, MD, remembers an early breast cancer diagnosis that saved her patient’s life.
In honor of Alzheimer’s Awareness month, Cleveland Clinic took to social media to ask a simple question: If you could hold onto one memory, what would it be? We asked, you answered.
Muriel Alexandrowski’s life is the epitome of stressful. To learn new strategies for coping, she turned to Cleveland Clinic’s Wellness Institute and, with some help, took back control of her health.
Learn about Alzheimer's prevention and treatment -- and find resources for families and caregivers. Also, learn about the #onememory campaign in honor of Alzheimer's patients and join the discussion!
A breakthrough in Alzheimer’s research: study finds signs of the disease 20 years before diagnosis.
It’s hard to pinpoint exactly how or when Alzheimer’s disease (AD) starts to take hold. If these symptoms surface, don't hesitate to get further assessment.
A new tool helps doctors identify Alzheimer’s disease in early stages. Jeffrey Cummings, MD, comments.