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Scientists have identified five more genetic triggers that lead to Alzheimer's. Gina Kolata, a science and medicine reporter for the New York Times, discusses the findings with msnbc's Thomas Roberts.
Psychologist Dr. Dale Atkins and neurologist Richard Isaacson discuss how family and friends can cope when their loved ones start showing the first signs of Alzheimer’s.
Researchers believe that in the near future a simple blood test may be able to accurately predict those at highest risk for Alzheimer's disease. KNTV's Marianne Favro reports.
After suffering from Alzheimer’s the husband of JFK’s sister, Eunice, died today at 95 with a huge political resume. Lawrence O’Donnell talks to his niece, Kerry Kennedy, and his former 1972 running mate, George McGovern.
This month congress passed the National Alzheimer’s Project Act which was hailed as the first ever national plan to tackle Alzheimer’s disease. MSNBC’s Norah O’Donnell reports on how a group of women are using powderpuff football to bring a whole new meaning when it comes to tackling this painful di
One hemisphere of a healthy brain is pictured next to one hemisphere of a brain of a person suffering from Alzheimer disease, at the Morphological unit of psychopathology in the Neuropsychiatry division of the Belle Idee University Hospital in Chene-Bourg near Geneva March 14, 2011. The Division st