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One out of every Sixteen Retired NFL Players Suffering from early onset Alzheimer's and dementia by Bob DeMarco Patient Expert Posted Thu 01 Oct 2009 10:46pm A study commissioned by the National Football League reports that Alzheimer's disease or similar memory-related diseases appear to have been diagnosed in the league's former players vastly more often than in the national population -- including a rate of 19 times the normal rate for men ages 30 through 49. The study was conducted for th ... Read on »
Alzheimer's, Sleep Apnea, Early Onset Alzheimer's and Medications! by Joseph Potocny Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Fri 26 Aug 2011 2:35pm Yes I have Alzheimer's and Sleep Apnea seems to go with it. I was first diagnosed back in the mid 1990s, remember the old times. Had my test again, well now what took place, well went for my findingss or whatever want to call them, appiontment was for 10:30AM as usual had the normal 15 min. delay, that turned to 30 mins. at whch time the wifey go ... Read on »
Alzheimer's, Sleep Apnea, Early Onset Alzheimer's and Medications! by Joseph Potocny Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Fri 26 Aug 2011 12:00am Yes I have Alzheimer's and Sleep Apnea seems to go with it. I was first diagnosed back in the mid 1990s, remember the old times. Had my test again, well now what took place, well went for my findingss or whatever want to call them, appiontment was for 10:30AM as usual had the normal 15 min. delay, that turned to 30 mins. at whch time the wifey g ... Read on »
what is EARLY ONSET Alzheimer's? by Gevera Bert P. Patient Expert Posted Wed 04 May 2011 8:36pm It has really been bothering me lately that the media (fiction and news) have be misusing the term "early onset" in reference to Alzheimer's. Early-onset Alzheimer's is not early STAGE Alzheimer's. Early-onset Alzheimer's (which my dad had) refers to cases where diagnosis was before age 65. (My dad was 63.) Someone who is 80 and just got d ... Read on »
Early Onset Alzheimer’s: Signs and Symptoms by Sherri W. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 25 Apr 2012 5:57am You cannot find your keys.  That can happen to anyone. You forget where you parked your car.  Life is stressful, harried, and we have a lot on our minds most of the time.   A common occurrence. You are sitting at the kitchen table and staring out the window as the snow falls gently on the ground and try as hard as you might, you c ... Read on »
What Is Early Onset Alzheimer’s Disease by Shilah C. Azib Posted Thu 18 Mar 2010 5:48am Early onset Alzheimer’s is considered when someone gets the form of dementia known as Alzheimer’s disease when they are younger than age 65. While Alzheimer’s disease itself is not a sure symptom of aging, it is not commonly seen in those that are this young. It is also very rare; only six to eight percent of those with the disease ... Read on »
What is Early-Onset Alzheimer’s and – can I Inherit it? by Mom-n-Me Posted Fri 24 Sep 2010 8:36pm Only a small number of the national average of Alzheimer’s patients suffer from Early-Onset Alzheimer’s.  Unlike most Alzheimer’s symptoms which usually occur after the age of 65, early-onset Alzheimer symptoms generally begin while the patient is in their 50′s. A small number of sufferers show symptoms in their 30′s or 40′s. ... Read on »
A sensitive new video about Early Onset Alzheimer’s by Mom-n-Me Posted Tue 12 Jul 2011 12:03pm 07/12/2011 By ~ Sandy Leave a Comment My experience with Alzheimer’s has been through the years of caring for my Mom, and visiting the members of the “Group Home” where she spent the last few years of her life. Everyone there was elderly and despite knowing better–Most often I think of those elderly face ... Read on »
Early-onset Alzheimer's not ... by Dr. Rubens D. Medical Doctor Posted Sat 21 May 2011 10:33pm Early-onset Alzheimer's not always associated with memory loss 22 may 2011-- In a recent study published in the journal Neurology, scientists say that individuals who develop early-onset Alzheimer's in middle age are at a high risk of being misdiagnosed because many of their initial sy ... Read on »
Wife of early-onset Alzheimer's patient haunted by handcuffs by Bob DeMarco Patient Expert Posted Mon 10 Aug 2009 3:34pm Time for a stomach ache. Gail Ward can't get over seeing her late husband struggling with early-onset Alzheimer's disease and being confused by the handcuffs and shackles used for commitment hearings after he became agitated at an assisted-living facility. It's not just the absence of Steven Ward that his widow, Gail, has struggled ... Read on »