Wars and Conflicts in American History

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The world people live in needs changes and everyone sitting here can become a part of these changes helping today and making a valuable contribution for future generation.

5.4 million Americans are living with Alzheimer's disease and prognosis for the nearest years is not optimistic .Alzheimer's disease is a variety of dementia, which declares in trouble with language, memory and even body function loss. It is an incurable disease that ruins a brain. Moreover, it leads to death. Affected person often appears to be withdrawn from society and even from families. Millions of people worldwide suffer from this disease.

What should you undertake if somebody of your family member, relatives, friends or just people you know got such diagnosis? Not many can give an answer to this question. The Alzheimer's Association gives an opportunity for affected people and their families to live with this disease and even make plan for future.

For sure no one should suffer or appear in isolation. The Association for lots of people is the first source of information and the first resource in assistance for sick on Alzheimer's.

The Alzheimer's Association is voluntary, nonprofit, health organization, which provides support for affected people, takes care of them. Being found in 1980 it has more than 30 years experience. Today the Alzheimer's Association is the largest among nonprofit, who funds disease-specialized researches for to find the cure. There are 75 local chapters around the country, which work with local communities, and help people on the place, organize support groups

The mission of the Alzheimer's Association is: "To eliminate Alzheimer's disease through the advancement of research; to provide and enhance care and support for all affected; and to reduce the risk of dementia through the promotion of brain health."

The mission is being accomplished using...