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Recent News Highlights in Minnesota-North Dakota


August 9, 2022 (KX News) | Walk to End Alzheimer’s taking place in Minot soon

August 4, 2022 (Fox 9) | Mayo Clinic researchers find preeclampsia link to brain damage

August 2, 2022 (Fox 9) | Alzheimer’s researchers find association between racism and memory loss

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July 14, 2022 (Austin Daily Herald) | Nearly $73K donated to Alzheimer’s Association by Sterling, Astrup Family Foundation

July 11, 2022 (WDIO) | Spreading awareness about Alzheimer’s through an annual weekend event

June 21, 2022 (North Dakota Today) | The Longest Day- Interview with Emily Bultema

June 21, 2022 (KMOT) | Minot woman creates ‘Walk Down Memory Lane’ as part of Alzheimer’s awareness

June 12, 2022 (InForum) | Minnesota Woman, 5th-generation family member affected, advocates for Alzheimer's and dementia causes

May 24, 2022 (Post Bulletin) | Olmsted County Sheriff's deputy uses challenge coins to start Alzheimer's research fundraiser

March 22, 2022 (Fox 9) | Mild Cognitive Impairment: About a condition few people understand

March 15, 2022 (MPR) | MN Latino Alzheimer's caregivers balance tradition and modern pressures

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