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Overview of Dementia with Lewy Bodies
Mayo Clinic
Ericka Tung, M.D., MPH, geriatrician and assistant professor of medicine at Mayo Clinic, discusses the presentation of dementia with Lewy bodies (DLB).

Common Challenges: Driving
UCLA Health
The Common Challenges video series by the UCLA Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care Program provides viewers with practical tools you can use addressing common challenges to create a safe, comfortable environment both for the person with dementia and the caregiver.

Diagnosis and Management of Vascular Dementia
UCLA Health
UCLA geriatric psychiatrist Stephen Chen, MD, addresses diagnosis and management of vascular dementia.

Difference Between Alzheimer's and Dementia
Lee Memorial Health System
"I tell people that it's sort of like dementia is the team and Alzheimer's is one of the players," says Dr. Michael Raab, a geriatrician with Memory Care at Lee Memorial Health System. Dementia covers a number of disorders; Alzheimer's is most common.

Why Early Detection of Alzheimer’s Disease Matters
Mayo Clinic
Early detection of diseases such as breast cancer is important, because treating tumors before they spread is key to eradicating the disease. But what about Alzheimer's disease, which has no cure? It is worth getting diagnosed early if there's no way to stop it?