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Alzheimer's disease in Social Media
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Relevant, selected and quality social media resources from blogs and podcasts to community sites and Twitter users focusing on Alzheimer's disease.

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Alzheimer's Disease Podcasts and Interviews


Podcasting is a way to share information or interviews online through audio files. Podcasts are downloaded, shared, and subscribed to using an audio player (e.g. MP3).

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Active Podcasts


MUSC Health Audio Podcasts - Alzheimer's Disease


  • Creator: Creators of podcasts are listed here
  • Description: "Brought to you by Medical University of South Carolina, these podcasts encompass a wide range of general health issues."

MUSC Alzheimer's Disease

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Alzheimer's Society Podcast


  • Creator: Alzheimer's Society
  • Description: The Alzheimer's Society podcast features interviews with people with dementia and their carers, celebrity supporters, fundraisers, and many more compelling stories along the way.

Alzheimer's Society

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Inactive Podcasts


Mayo Clinic Podcast - Tips For Slowing The Mental Decline Of Alzheimer's


  • Creator: Mayo Clinic
  • Description: Podcast about some things to do that may slow the mental decline that accompanies Alzheimer's disease.
  • Quality: Accredited by HONcode.

Mayo Clinic Podcast Tips For Slowing The Mental Decline Of Alzheimer's

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