For years, the terms “Alzheimer’s” and “dementia” have been used interchangeably. But the difference between them is important.
While the coronavirus has cleared Brad Benefield’s body, its fingerprints remain.
This guidance on wearing masks may change because of a pandemic in which large numbers of seemingly healthy people are unknowingly ill.
What, exactly, is the coronavirus? How worried do we all need to be? And what practical steps can we take to protect ourselves?
Alzheimer’s affects 5.8 million Americans, and one in three senior citizens dies with the disease or other forms of dementia.
David Key had never heard of sarcoidosis—until the rare disease stole his health.