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Julianne Moore Earns Oscar Julianne Moore’s latest film Still Alice premiered in Toronto in September with little hype and emerged as one of the biggest hits of the festival thanks to her powerful performance. The role earned her a Golden Globe Award and now an Oscar for Best Actress. Moore plays a Columbia professor diagnosed with early […]

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Caregivers Overwhelmed Sara Schupp hasn’t seen her mother in a while. She hopes to someday soon, but for now, it’s the difference between crying on the way to work every day for a week and functioning like a normal 34-year-old. Her mother, Bernadette LandiVittori, was diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer’s disease in 2001. The family […]

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Senators Skip Hearing Alzheimer’s disease is no laughing matter. Just ask Seth Rogen, who visited Capitol Hill on Wednesday to make a case for Alzheimer’s disease research. Unfortunately, many members of the Senate committee didn’t show up to listen and learn. The “This Is the End” star, 31, who serves as an Alzheimer’s Association celebrity champion, addressed a Senate […]

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Woodward Tackling Alzheimer’s Disease Joanne Woodward, legendary actress and widow of actor Paul Newman, is battling Alzheimer’s disease. According to sources close to the family, Woodward faces a grim prognosis. Woodward’s first film was a post-Civil War Western, Count Three and Pray, in 1955. She continued to move between Hollywood and Broadway, eventually studying in the New York production […]

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Alzheimer’s Disease Symptoms Many years ago, I worked as a psychologist for the Navy’s Military Sealift Command. Toward the end of my last tour of duty, I visited Ryoanji, the famous Buddhist monastery and meditation rock garden in Kyoto, Japan. Although I found the rock garden cultivated a sense of calm stillness within me, I […]

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Alzheimer’s Disease Takes Iron Lady In Britain, it has long been an open secret that former prime minister Margaret Thatcher has been sliding into dementia. “Open” because old friends and political allies can all see the changes in the proud woman known as the Iron Lady, particularly since she suffered a series of mini-strokes in […]

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