Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness

Show: (December 13, 2021)
Kellyann Niotis, M.D., discusses Alzheimer’s Disease (AD). She shares the genetic risk factors for developing AD and the age at which many people may begin to exhibit symptoms. She discusses some of the recent advancements in treating AD and the ongoing research towards finding a cure. Finally, she provides some behavioral strategies for patients and […]
Kellyann Niotis, M.D., discusses Alzheimer’s Disease (AD). She shares the genetic risk factors for developing AD and the age at which many people may begin to exhibit symptoms. She discusses some of the recent advancements in treating AD and the ongoing research towards finding a cure. Finally, she provides some behavioral strategies for patients and […]
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Kellyann Niotis, M.D., discusses Alzheimer’s Disease (AD). She shares the genetic risk factors for developing AD and the age at which many people may begin to exhibit symptoms. She discusses some of the recent advancements in treating AD and the ongoing research towards finding a cure. Finally, she provides some behavioral strategies for patients and […]

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EP 1051B – New Mouse Model Provides 1st Platform to Study Late-Onset Alzheimer’s

Show: (July 6, 2021)
University of California, Irvine biologists have developed a new genetically engineered mouse model that, unlike its predecessors, is based on the most common form of Alzheimer’s disease (AD). University of California, Irvine biologists have developed a n
University of California, Irvine biologists have developed a new genetically engineered mouse model that, unlike its predecessors, is based on the most common form of Alzheimer’s disease (AD). University of California, Irvine biologists have developed a n
EP 1051B - New Mouse Model Provides 1st Platform to Study Late-Onset Alzheimer's
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University of California, Irvine biologists have developed a new genetically engineered mouse model that, unlike its predecessors, is based on the most common form of Alzheimer’s disease (AD). University of California, Irvine biologists have developed a n

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Understanding Dementia

Can’t find your keys? Left the oven on? Blurted out the wrong word? You don’t have to be a senior to have these moments, but as we age, it’s only natural to worry about dementia. In this podcast, Dr. Melanie Lising, a neurologist at MarinHealth Neurology | A UCSF Health Clinic, discusses the types of […]
Can’t find your keys? Left the oven on? Blurted out the wrong word? You don’t have to be a senior to have these moments, but as we age, it’s only natural to worry about dementia. In this podcast, Dr. Melanie Lising, a neurologist at MarinHealth Neurology | A UCSF Health Clinic, discusses the types of […]
Understanding Dementia
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Can’t find your keys? Left the oven on? Blurted out the wrong word? You don’t have to be a senior to have these moments, but as we age, it’s only natural to worry about dementia. In this podcast, Dr. Melanie Lising, a neurologist at MarinHealth Neurology | A UCSF Health Clinic, discusses the types of […]

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Stoughton Hospital Becoming ‘Dementia-Friendly’

Show: (September 7, 2016)
Stoughton Hospital is making environmental changes and training its staff to become a dementia friendly hospital. The hospital’s goal is to provide a safe and supportive environment for individuals affected by dementia. Individuals with dementia can become overwhelmed or agitated by the hospital environment of bright lights, unfamiliar areas, and strangers approaching them. The hospital […]
Stoughton Hospital is making environmental changes and training its staff to become a dementia friendly hospital. The hospital’s goal is to provide a safe and supportive environment for individuals affected by dementia. Individuals with dementia can become overwhelmed or agitated by the hospital environment of bright lights, unfamiliar areas, and strangers approaching them. The hospital […]
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Stoughton Hospital is making environmental changes and training its staff to become a dementia friendly hospital. The hospital’s goal is to provide a safe and supportive environment for individuals affected by dementia. Individuals with dementia can become overwhelmed or agitated by the hospital environment of bright lights, unfamiliar areas, and strangers approaching them. The hospital […]

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