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Welcome to the Alzheimers Channel
Alzheimer's disease, a form of dementia, is most frequently seen in people over the age of 60. The brain changes involved in this condition can result in memory loss, confusion, poor judgment, and other symptoms. While there is currently no cure for Alzheimer's, certain medications can help relieve symptoms temporarily.
Welcome to the Alzheimer's Health Channel by eMedTV. Here you will find a wealth of information on Alzheimer's disease. This channel contains a number of articles covering topics ranging from early signs of Alzheimer's to possible causes of the disease. Whether you are looking for information on the stages of Alzheimer's, the medications used to treat Alzheimer's, or the latest research on the disease, this channel has the information for you.
Many people begin their eMedTV Alzheimer's experience by clicking on any of the featured Alzheimer's articles located on this page. They may also begin by using the Alzheimer's health topics section on the left side to find a particular topic of interest. If you do not find the Alzheimer's information that you are looking for in these two locations, use the search box at the top of this page.
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