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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.

Treating Traumatic Brain Injuries
Lee Memorial Health System
Car crashes, sport injuries, even falls can cause a traumatic brain injury. Doctors say treatment depends on the type of injury a person sustains.

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

Helping Loved Ones with Memory Loss
Lee Memorial Health System
One in eight people suffer from either long term or short term memory loss. As doctors work to treat the patient they have some tips on how loved ones can also help.