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The library produces comprehensive resource lists on frequently requested topics, a selection of the best Web sites related to Alzheimer's disease, and a video guide. Items have been chosen by our expert library staff and reviewed by specialists in the field. Materials the Green-Field Library owns are marked.

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Jump-start your research paper, presentation, grant proposal, or learn more about Alzheimer’s disease with these full-text articles. Access free evidence-based articles from peer-reviewed journals in major areas of Alzheimer research. Link to the full text and the research of individual authors.

Resource lists

Below are resource lists with citations and links to research studies, articles, videos, Web sites and other tools.

Popular Searches

Families and professionals often ask for a short list or a few good resources on certain topics. These Popular Searches of 1 to 2 pages in length are for anyone looking for practical, hands-on resources related to specific care issues.

Incredibly Useful Web sites

Below are Web sites on topics related to Alzheimer's disease.


 

 


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