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Bibliography: Works Referenced


Risk Factors

Symptoms and Effects

Living with Alzheimer's

Caring for Family

Useful Resources


The following sources were used in gathering information on Alzheimer's disease:

Aranda, Maria P., et al. "El Portal Latino Alzheimer's Project: Model Program for Latino Caregivers of Alzheimer's Disease Affected People." Social Work 48 (April 2003): 259-282.

Clark, Christopher M. "Latino Patients with Alzheimer's Disease Have an Earlier Age of Symptom Onset Compared to Anglos." Neurobiology of Aging 25 (July 2004): s106.

Demirovic, J., et al. "Prevalence of Dementia in Three Ethnic Groups." Annals of Epidemiology 13 (July 2003): 472-78.

Mendez, M.F., et al. "Psychiatric Symptoms Associated with Alzheimer's Disease." Journal of Neuropsychiatry 2 (1990): 28-33.

Sowers, Carol. "Latino's Alzheimer's Risk Rising." The Arizona Republic (Phoenix), 16 Apr 2005.

"The Latest Research on Lifestyle and Habits that may Delay or Prevent Alzheimer's Disease." Alzheimer's Information Center . 11 Sep. 2003. American Federation for Aging Research. Accessed 3 Apr. 2005. < >.

"What are the Risk Factors for Alzheimer's Disease?" Alzheimer's information Center . 11 Sep. 2003. American Federation for Aging Research. Accessed 3 Apr 2005. < >.


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