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The Walk to End Alzheimers


September 29, 2021

Lura Pitman

Tana Ray, Teresa Fauth, and Pam Ray lead the way.

Alzheimers symptoms are predominantly a poor memory and difficulty learning new information. This makes living become more and more complicated and hard to live independently. This happens from a loss of neurons in the brain. In late progression of alzheimers, a victim might become unable to remember the basics of daily living such as feeding and dressing themselves, eventually beginning to lose motor skills and becoming disoriented.

It is stated on the osmosis video titled, ALZHEIMERS DISEASE-PLAQUES, TANGLES, CAUSES, SYMPTOMS, AND

PATHOLOGY, that Alzheimers effects 50 percent of people ov...

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