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White Plains Hospital new owner of a PET MRI scanner

Ever since Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen discovered X-rays in 1895 and a doctor used the discovery to create a picture that revealed a fractured bone...

The Kensington presenting Alzheimer’s webinar

Against the background of the recent revelation that singer Tony Bennett has been performing for more than five years since the first signs of...

Tarrytown moves Alzheimer’s/dementia project forward

The Tarrytown Planning Board gave unanimous approval last night to two resolutions needed for a proposed Alzheimer's/dementia care facility at 153 White Plains Road. An...

Rise in dementia and related conditions results in specially designed memory...

Designing such facilities is still challenging: “It seems like there’s always one more thing we hadn’t thought of that needs to be done," says Epoch Senior Living chief Laurence Gerber, whose facilities include locations in Norwalk, Trumbull and, soon, Stamford.

Boston companies plan memory care facility in New Rochelle

National Development, with EPOCH Senior Living, has proposed a 64-unit memory care facility in New Rochelle estimated to cost $15 million to $20 million.

Burke Rehab seeks recruits for cognitive impairment study

Researchers at Burke are testing a new drug's ability to slow mental decline in people with cognitive impairment and Alzheimer's disease.

Westchester faces a tsunami of Alzheimer’s disease

Are we ready for the growing wave of people with Alzheimer’s and other memory disorders that is approaching?

Column: The aging brain: Navigating the gray zone

Some mental decline is natural; some is not.