Thousands Turn Out For 2019 Walk To End Alzeimer's At Raley FieldThousands of people from around Sacramento gathered at Raley Field Saturday morning for the 2019 Walk To End Alzheimer's.
Modesto Man Battling Early-Onset Dementia Is Determined To Battle BackToday, Steven is determined to battle back. He’s in two clinical trials and his disease seems to be on “pause.”
Alzheimer's Care Center Holds Holiday Stroll For Residents And Their FamiliesThe holiday season is all about creating traditions and for residents at Empire Ranch Alzheimer's Special Care Center, dancing and music are among the favorites. 
Crippling, Mysterious, Alzheimer’s Is Sixth Leading Cause Of Death In USAlzheimer’s is now the sixth leading cause of death in the U.S. It remains the only disease in the Top 6 with no cure and no treatment.
Excessive Alcohol Use Linked To Early-Onset Dementia RiskExcessive alcohol use could increase your risk for all types of dementia, particularly early-onset dementia, according to a new study.
Local Girl May Hold Key to Unlocking Certain Disorders and DiseasesJordan Lang is an 11-year-old Sacramento girl who might hold the genetic key to helping doctors unlock the secrets of certain intellectual disabilities, autism, Alzheimer’s and cancer.
SoCal Police Department Testing Out Giving Tracking Devices To Dementia PatientsPolice in the Los Angeles suburb of Glendale are hoping to reduce the time it takes to find missing people diagnosed with dementia by providing patients with tracking devices.
Researchers Find Ping-Pong Can Slow Effects Of Dementia, Alzheimer'sThe smashes come at a rapid pace for members of the Sacramento Table Tennis Club. But even when they miss their mark, they’re right on target when it comes to taking part in an activity that experts say forces out brains to work a little hard, reducing our risk of getting dementia or Alzheimer’s.
Thieves Steal Alzheimer's Victim's Computer With Family Photos To Help Her RememberIt had all of her critical medical information, but more importantly it had priceless pictures of their family and friends. Trisha would look at those pictures, recognize them and remember. It was the best way to keep her memories from slipping away.