Alzheimer's disease (AD) is a progressive degenerative disease of the brain from which there is no recovery. The disease slowly attacks nerve cells in all parts of the cortex of the brain and some surrounding structures, thereby impairing a person's abilities to govern emotions, recognize errors and patterns, coordinate movement, and remember. Ultimately, a person with AD loses memory and many other mental functions.
A few weeks ago, in the Ask feature here at BipolarConnect, Nathan wrote:"Is bipolar the same as schizophrenia? I know a person who has... Read more »
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Robin Cunningham holds a Bachelors degree in Zoology from the University of Washington. After graduate studies in psychology at Washington and The... Read more »