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  1. Changes in U.S. Family Finances from 2010 to 2013

    Changes in U.S. Family Finances from 2010 to 2013

    REPORT / 2014 / This report studies the a widening gap in income and net worth found in American households. Learn More

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    REP000838

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  2. Top 100 Over 50s Housing Designs 2012

    Top 100 Over 50s Housing Designs 2012

    Compilation of the Top 100 Housing Designs for seniors form around the world. Comprising of Top 30 Designs from Australasia in 2012 (Retirement Villages, Independent Living, Nursing Homes, Dementia, Assisted Living), Top 30 Designs from UK in 2012 (Care Villages, Care Homes, Extra Care, Supported / Sheltered Housing, CCRC and Independent Living) and Top 40 Designs from USA in 2012 (Independent Living, Active Adult, CCRC, Assisted Living, Skilled Nursing, Dementia, Rental and Supported Housing) Learn More

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  3. Metabolic Alterations Associated With Impaired Clock Drawing in Lewy Body Dementia

    Metabolic Alterations Associated With Impaired Clock Drawing in Lewy Body Dementia

    Report/ 2010/ This clock drawing test (CDT) is a widely used dementia screening instrument that assesses executive and visuospatial abilities; studies in patients with Alzheimer?s disease (AD) suggest frontoposterior networks to be involved in clock drawing. Clock drawing errors are also often observed in dementia with Lewy bodies (DLB), but this functional neuroanatomical substrate of impaired clock drawing has not been firmly established in this disorder. This study was designed to provide initial evidence for brain metabolic alterations associated with CDT performance in DLB. Learn More

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  4. Impairment of Prosocial Sentiments is Associated With Frontopolar and Septal Damage in Frontotemporal Dementia

    Impairment of Prosocial Sentiments is Associated With Frontopolar and Septal Damage in Frontotemporal Dementia

    Report/ 2010/ Pests and philosophers have long acknowledged moral sentiments as key motivators of human social behavior. Prosocial sentiments, which include guilt, pity and embarrassment, enable us to care about others and to be concerned about our mistakes. Functional imaging studies have implicated frontopolar, ventromedial frontal and basal forebrain regions in the experience of prosocial sentiments. Patients with lesions of the frontopolar and ventromedial frontal areas were observed to behave inappropriately and less prosocially, which would be attributed to a generalized emotional blunting. Direct experimental evidence for brain regions distinctively associated with moral sentiment impairments is lacking, however. We investigated this issue in patients with the behavioral variant of frontotemporal dementia Learn More

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  5. Architects - Continuous Education

    Architects - Continuous Education

    A certificate course to enable USA and Canadian architects to remain "in good standing".
    The 84,000 members of the AIA must complete 18 learning unit (LUs) hours of continuing education annually (8 hours of which must be related to Health, Safety, and Welfare topics) to remain in good standing.
    Architectural boards in 38 states, 10 Canadian provinces, and 19 countries have implemented mandatory continuing education (MCE) for re-licensure. Statistically, architects hold multiple state licenses. Most states with MCE requirements recognize the AIA/CES as the primary source of professional development for their licensed architects. This allows AIA members simply to present their AIA/CES transcripts (and non-members AIA/CES Certificates of Completion) to licensing boards to satisfy state requirements Learn More

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  6. Prevention of Dementia

    Prevention of Dementia

    Report 2011/ Dementia is often the umbrella term under which there are several subcategories. Alzheimer disease (AD) is the most common form of dementia in aging and is a degenerative disorder. At present, AD can only be characterized definitively at the time of autopsy. However, a great deal of research is being conducted to define biomarkers characteristic of the underlying pathological process that can be identified in life. This article addresses the research trying to understand the underlying nature of these disorders with the intention of developing disease modifying treatments. Learn More

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  7. Long-Term Management of Dementia

    Long-Term Management of Dementia

    Neurological Disease and Therapy / Hardcover / 264 pages / 2010 (Nov) / With people living longer and longer, Dementia is now at the forefront of medical research. In answer to this challenging trend, Informa Health Care and Dr. Scharre present Long-Term Management of Dementia. A stand-alone resource for diagnoses treatment and management issues for the patient suffering from dementia. Topics covered include: social, legal, economic and ethical dilemmas; functional abilities; driving and the dementia patient; hygiene and nutritional concerns; supervision models; medical complications. Neurologists, psychiatrists, geriatricians, as well as secondary caregivers, including nurses and social workers, will find Long-Term Management of Dementia a perfect fit for health care professionals requiring a more in-depth look at this debilitating disease. Learn More

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    BKS000357

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  8. Stop Alzheimer's Now

    Stop Alzheimer's Now

    How to Prevent and Reverse Dementia, Parkinson's, ALS, Multiple Sclerosis and Other Neurodegenerative Disorders / Paperback / 351 pages / 2011 (Feb) / Dementia and other neurodegenerative disorders are disease processes that can be prevented and succesfully treated. This book outlines a program using ketone therapy and diet that is backed by decades of medical and clinical research and has proven succesful in restoring mental function and improving both brain and overall health. You will learn how to prevent and even reverse symptoms associated with Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), multiple sclerosis (MS), Huntington's disease, epilepsy, diabetes, stroke, and various forms of dementia. Learn More

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  9. In Vivo Amyloid Imaging In Autopsy-Confirmed Parkinson Disease With Dementia

    In Vivo Amyloid Imaging In Autopsy-Confirmed Parkinson Disease With Dementia

    Report 2010/ This study investigates the specificity of in vivo amyloid imaging with [??C]-Pittsburgh Compound B (PIB) in Parkinson disease dementia (PDD). The study performed detailed neuropathological examination for 3 individuals with PDD who had PIB PET imaging within 15 months of death. The study examines whether the ability to specifically identify fibrillar A? amyloid in the setting of a-synucleinopathy makes [??C]-PIB PET a valuable tool for prospectively evaluating how the presence of A? amyloid influences the clinical course of dementia in patients with Lewy body disorders. Learn More

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  10. TDP-43 And FUS in Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis and Frontotemporal Dementia

    TDP-43 And FUS in Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis and Frontotemporal Dementia

    Report 2010/ The presence of abnormal protein aggregates in the cytoplasm of neurons is a key characteristic of most neurodegenerative diseases. In several common disorders the disease-specific pathological protein was identified, providing the logical basis for research into the underlying biological mechanisms, diagnosis, and treatment. This Review highlights the novel molecular classification of ALS and FTLD that emerged from these findings and summarises developments in the clinicopathological and genetic knowledge of disorders involving TDP-43 and FUS. Learn More

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