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January 13, 2021
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COVID-19 may impact Alzheimer’s risk
In an article in Alzheimer’s & Dementia®: The Journal of the Alzheimer’s Association, researchers say that COVID-19 may have long-term effects on the brains and nervous symptoms of survivors and could increase risk of developing Alzheimer’s. A new, large international study will investigate the correlation between COVID-19 and cognitive decline; it will be funded initially by the Alzheimer’s Association, which will also help coordinate it internationally, with guidance from the World Health Organization.

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Giving monthly to the Alzheimer’s Association will help us accelerate research and provide care and support to all impacted by Alzheimer’s consistently, constantly and powerfully. Easy and convenient, it’s the best way to fight Alzheimer’s. Will you become a monthly donor today?
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Man living with Alzheimer’s vows to enjoy life
In 2016, Alzheimer’s Association National Early-Stage Advisor Jim Butler was diagnosed with mild cognitive impairment at age 68, with the diagnosis later changed to Alzheimer’s. On our blog, Butler says he reached a turning point in his journey by deciding to “enjoy the life I have in front of me.”
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