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Brey, Robin L.
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Neurology Now. 5(4):3, July/August 2009.
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Neurology Now. 5(4):18-19,23-25, July/August 2009.
People with “metabolic syndrome”—obesity, high blood pressure, high blood cholesterol, and diabetes—may be at a higher risk of developing Alzheimer's and dementia. Controlling these risk factors might help prevent or slow disease progression—but the time to act is now.
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Neurology Now. 5(4):26-29, July/August 2009.
When stroke or Alzheimer's changes a person's behavior, caregiving can become extreme. Who is this person you've known all your life? And how do you handle the agitation, increased aggression, paranoia, and even psychosis that can accompany a neurological condition like dementia? Read on for practical tips from experts, caregivers, and the cared-for.