Archive | January, 2019

Making an Emotional Connection with Someone Living with Alzheimer’s

Lisa Genova is a neuroscientist and the author of ‘Still Alice’, a New York Times Bestseller book that tells the story of a Harvard professor who is diagnosed with early onset alzheimer’s at the age of 50. Genova talks to CBC radio about how important it is to connect emotionally with someone living with dementia, […]

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Scientists Identify Biomarkers for Detecting Cognitive Impairment

Two University of Alberta research scientists have examined saliva samples of three different groups of people with varying degrees of cognitive impairment, those with Alzheimer’s disease, those with mild cognitive impairment and those with normal cognition. Their research findings paves the way for promising results for application with a larger set of samples in a […]

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