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10 Signs of Alzheimer’s Vs. Regular Aging

DIAGNOSIS VIDEO:

Too much worrying about getting Alzheimer’s results in stress. That ups the risk of Alzheimer’s. Get a good balance. Learn the difference between a change that is a warning sign versus a change that simply means a person is aging nicely.



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  • The Alzheimer’s Association
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8 years ago

Very helping and understanding introduction to AD and early signs of disease.

Unquiet mind
Unquiet mind
8 years ago

I'm concerned about having this disease when I get older. Both of my parents passed away with it and I'm curious about what my chances are of dealing with it too.

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7 years ago

if you go to 23andme you can get a At home DNA test and they have that as one of the tests, you can even ask your physician to check you for the genetic marker. if you do 23 and me and the health report isn't complete, cause they have changed things, you can go to Prometheas.com and it for a 5 dollar fee, will scan your DNA(using it from 23andme) and give you a very though rough health report. Staying physically active, eating healthy and constantly using your brain, is suppose to help ward off alzheimers.

maegan@healthline.com
maegan@healthline.com
5 years ago

Hi Peter,

Healthline would like to congratulate you on making our list of the Best Alzheimer’s Blogs of 2017!

Our editors carefully selected the most up-to-date, informative, and inspiring blogs that aim to uplift their readers through education and personal stories. We’re glad to have you on the list!

We’ve created a badge that you can embed on your site to let your readers know about your win. The embed code is at the link below.

Winners list: http://www.healthline.com/health/alzheimers-disease/best-blogs-of-the-year
Badge to embed: http://www.healthline.com/health/alzheimers/best-blogs-badge-2015

If you have any questions or need help embedding the badge, feel free to be in touch. Congratulations and keep up the great blogging!

Warmly,
Maegan


Maegan Jones | Content Coordinator
Healthline
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1 year ago

Thank you for presenting this information straight forward without the commercial for buying a product and without the interruptions for various products as you scroll down. I appreciate when someone presents a topic and gives the answers we are looking for.

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