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Orlando Home Health Care Agency: Differences in Early and Late-Onset Alzheimer's

Often enough, the general public continues to identify and associate memory loss and cognitive decline as unique characteristics belonging to Baby Boomers or members of the Greatest Generation. In fact, Alzheimer’s dementia symptoms are rarely attributed to individuals under 50-years of age. Unfortunately for some, science has a way of pulling the rug from under the young and some of the not-so-young but overly confident members of society. Just as the general public has started to come to grips with the impact of late-onset Alzheimer’s, the world is now faced with some rare cases of early-Alzheimer’s appearing in some 30 and 40-year-olds. Early-Onset or Familial...

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