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Surviving Glioblastoma

October 27th, 2016|

Mark Harrington was about to begin enjoying a much-anticipated three-day weekend, but when he sat down to brunch with his girlfriend that Saturday, something was

5 Things That Shouldn’t Be Happening in Your Boxers or the Bedroom

October 26th, 2016|

Discussing matters that affect men below the belt often stirs immaturity, amusement and general embarrassment, but knowing these warning signs could help you identify a

When His Words Didn’t Make Any Sense: Living with Aphasia

October 26th, 2016|

She thought he was cheating and not communicating with her. He was just losing his memory. Learn more about the brain disease that robs people

Explaining Alzheimer’s to Children and Teens

October 25th, 2016|

Making sense of a senseless disease is hard enough for adults. Here are suggestions for helping your teens and children cope.
Most people are aware that

Is Alzheimer’s Hereditary?

October 24th, 2016|

Researchers know that genetics play a role in Alzheimer’s disease, but there are also other factors that may cause it to occur.
An Alzheimer’s disease diagnosis

Aphasia: What Is It? Can It Be Treated?

October 24th, 2016|

This frustrating, complex neurological disorder robs people of their ability to understand or express language.
Though most people haven’t heard of aphasia, a brain disorder occurs

You’ve Just Been Diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease: Now What?

October 24th, 2016|

It’s hard to prepare for the unknown, but there are steps you can take after a diagnosis to help you and your family member cope.

5 Myths About Alzheimer’s Disease

October 24th, 2016|

Even though Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of dementia, there are many myths and misconceptions about the condition.
Here are the facts: Alzheimer’s is

Meet Raymond J. Hah, MD, Assistant Professor Of Clinical Orthopaedic Surgery

October 20th, 2016|

Dr. Hah is a spine surgeon with a special interest in minimally invasive surgery at the USC Spine Center.
Here’s what you won’t find on his