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TEDed: Lessons Worth Sharing - What is Alzheimer's disease?

Alzheimer's disease is the most common cause of dementia, affecting over 40 million people worldwide. And though it was discovered over a century ago, scientists are still grappling for a cure. Ivan Seah Yu Jun describes how Alzheimer's affects the brain, shedding light on the different stages of this complicated, destructive disease.

Presenter: Ivan Seah Yu Jun
Animator: Chris Boyle
 
About TED-Ed Originals: TED-Ed Original lessons feature the words and ideas of educators brought to life by professional animators.

Dr Kristine Yaffe at Dementia Awareness Week 2013 Seminar -- Maximising Cognitive Health

Dr Kristine Yaffe speaking at the launch of Dementia Awareness Week 2013 at a seminar at Parliament House in Sydney. Dementia Awareness Week is the national flagship week for Dementia Australia's community awareness activities each year. The theme of Dementia Awareness Week 2013 was Brain Health: Making the Connections with the seminar focusing on maximising cognitive health.

Dr Bryce Vissel at Dementia Awareness Week 2013 – Maximising Cognitive Health

Dr Bryce Vissel speaking at the launch of Dementia Awareness Week 2013 at a seminar at Parliament House in Sydney. Dementia Awareness Week is the national flagship week for Dementia Australia's community awareness activities each year. The theme of Dementia Awareness Week 2013 was Brain Health: Making the Connections with the seminar focusing on maximising cognitive health.

The Mental Health CRC - Science and Dementia

One Australian is diagnosed with dementia every 6 minutes. This panel discussion, hosted by science journalist and broadcaster Robyn Williams AM from Radio National's The Science Show, features insights on the progress Australian scientists are making towards early diagnosis and treatment.

It features AADRF Board of Directors member, Andrew Watts and Dementia Australia Victoria Research Fellow, Dr Maree Farrow.