Alzheimer’s Disease Drugs Ineffective but Exercise May Help

Alzheimer’s Disease Drugs Ineffective but Exercise May Help

Data suggests that over 99 percent of drugs designed for the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease are proven ineffective during clinical trials but additional studies indicate increased exercise may help those at risk for the disease. The Cleveland Clinic collected data regarding ongoing clinical trials that showed only one of 244 drugs tested for the treatment […]

Alzheimer’s Disease Managing Incontinence

Alzheimer’s Disease Managing Incontinence

Alzheimer’s Disease alone is a hard diagnosis to manage, and it has been known to be very burdensome for family members and friends to help the patient. This alone has been cited by researchers in recent months to be the main factor influencing families to take a patient to a nursing home. Managing incontinence for […]