Monthly Archives: July 2014

New Research Presented at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference

An amazing amount of new research on Alzheimer’s Disease and aging was presented at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference in Copenhagen, Denmark in mid-July, including research from ORCATECH’s director Jeffrey Kaye, M.D. and many ORCATECH collaborators. Dr. Kaye presented recent … Continue reading

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Advice for Family Members Establishing Outside Care for Loved Ones

Especially in the case of diseases with a long trajectory (such as Alzheimer’s), spending the extra time to befriend and engage with caregiving aides of family members might mean the difference between caregiver burnout and a caregiver who stays with … Continue reading

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Jeffrey Kaye, M.D., to Lead Alzheimer’s Association Professional Society

In some exciting news close to home, our very own Layton Center for Alzheimer’s Disease Research director, Jeffrey Kaye, M.D., has been named to lead the Alzheimer’s Association International Society to Advance Alzheimer’s Research and Treatment (ISTAART) this year. “We are delighted … Continue reading

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A Summary of Great Ways to Stay Active

As research continues to support the benefits of exercise not only for physical health, but cognitive health as well, a UK blog outlines some of the best ways for seniors to stay active. From the article: “Christopher Allen, Senior Cardiac … Continue reading

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