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November 18, 2020
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Support the Association by starting a #GivingTuesday Facebook fundraiser today, and CVS Health will kick off your efforts with a $10 donation. In addition, donations made to your fundraiser on #GivingTuesday (Dec. 1) are eligible for a match from Facebook. The funds you raise help to provide Alzheimer’s care and support and accelerate critical research.

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Brain injury may increase Alzheimer’s risk
New research presented at the Alzheimer's Association International Conference Neuroscience Next meeting suggests that people who have a violent blow or jolt to the head — known as traumatic brain injury (TBI) — may be at an increased risk of Alzheimer's-related brain changes. Researchers said TBI-related amyloid buildup may play a role in the development of memory, thinking and behavior changes typical of dementia.
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Husband living with Alzheimer’s honors wife and care partner
Alzheimer’s Association Early-Stage Advisor Gary Gibson has been married to his wife, Ellen, for 44 years. To commemorate National Alzheimer's Disease Awareness Month and National Family Caregivers Month in November, Gibson writes about how thankful he is to have Ellen in his life.
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