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Could adult daycare centers be one solution to providing lower cost care for Alzheimer's patients?

by Danielle Prieur Dec 14, 2018
Lower cost adult daycare programs could be one solution for affordable care for Americans living with Alzheimer's.
A patient affected by Alzheimer's disease gestures as he attends a special therapeutic session. 
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Bill Gates says big data can help solve the Alzheimer's puzzle

by David Brancaccio Nov 13, 2017
The disease affects over 5 million Americans and has no cure.
Bill Gates is trying to help find a cure for Alzheimer's disease.
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Why 23andMe wants your genetic data

by Kai Ryssdal and Robert Garrova Apr 19, 2017
CEO Anne Wojcicki hopes the collective power of health information will advance research.
"In some ways the world is just starting, but in some ways I think we've really driven a lot of change," said 23andMe CEO Anne Wojcicki.
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FDA clears 23andMe to sell genetics tests for diseases

by Adam Allington Apr 10, 2017
Consumers can get information to help them determine if they are at risk of developing Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s and other diseases.
Anne Wojcicki is co-founder and CEO of 23andMe, a company that makes home DNA testing kits.
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How Minnesota's supporting people with Alzheimer's

by Marketplace Contributor Nov 30, 2015
A statewide program is training businesses how to deal with people with dementia.

As Latinos age, the need for Spanish-speaking caretakers grows

by Marketplace Contributor Nov 11, 2015
Latinos are the fastest growing group of people 65 and older in the U.S. today.

Home health care workers get federal labor protections

by Dan Gorenstein Oct 13, 2015
To understand the importance of these workers, think about the number 5.1 million.

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Looking for progress for treating Alzheimer's

by Andy Uhler Jul 22, 2015
Eli Lilly reports the results of a trial for Alzheimer's medication.

Study links DDT exposure to Alzheimer's disease

by Lizzie O'Leary Jan 28, 2014
Eighty percent of Alzheimer's patients involved in a study had evidence of exposure to DDT.

Pacemakers for the brain, and cell phones for the homeless

by Molly Wood Dec 11, 2012
A new project among several universities hopes to fight Alzheimer’s with deep brain implants, and California inches closer to offering low cost mobile phones to those living near the poverty line.