Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Alzheimer's Disease


60TH EDITION OF THE COG


The topic for the next edition of the Carnival of Genealogy is:

Alzheimer's Disease

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November is Alzheimer's Awareness Month and it's a good time to reflect on the impact that Alzheimer's Disease (dementia) has had on your family history.

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An estimated 5 million people in the U.S. are living with Alzheimer's Disease.

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A new case is diagnosed every 72 seconds.

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Undoubtedly someone you know will or has some form
of this debilitating dementia.

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Alzheimer's robs people of their memories and all that they could
have passed on in the way of family history.
What does that mean to you?

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If you are fortunate enough to have not been effected by Alzheimer's Disease
in your family, perhaps you will share the impact of another
serious medical condition that has impacted your family.

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How have you gone about researching your family's medical history?

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The Deadline For
Submissions Is
November 15, 2008



Attention All COG Participants

Please use a descriptive phrase in the title of any articles you plan to submit and/or write a brief description/introduction to your articles in the "comment" box of the blogcarnival submission form. This will give readers an idea of what you've written about and hopefully interest them in clicking on your link. Introductions for your articles will not be provided for you due to the volume of articles submitted. Thank you!

Also, check out Jasia's post "FAQs About The Carnival of Genealogy," for all you need to know about submitting a post. First-timers always welcome and greatly appreciated!

Submit your blog article to the next edition of the Carnival of Genealogy using the carnival submission form or select the 59th Edition COG poster in the upper right hand corner of this page. Past posts and future hosts can be found on the blog carnival index page.



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