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Forbes: In nearly four decades of practicing medicine, Jon LaPook, M.D. has seen and covered just about every medical malady known to physicians. But none has touched him quite so deeply as the one he would spend a decade revisiting. The chief medical correspondent to CBS News and professor of medicine at NYU Langone Medical Center has spent the last 10 years recording the effects of Alzheimer’s disease on a patient and her husband, who over the course of his study have become not only his subjects but his friends. “There has been nothing dearer to my heart in the last 10 years then following Mike and Carol,” he said. READ MORE

The Daily Beast: A study published Wednesday in the journal Environmental Research found symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease in babies less than a year old in Mexico City—suggesting not only that the disease takes shape earlier on than previously suspected but that environmental factors may be to blame. READ MORE

The New York Times: When I first started in the field, Alzheimer’s was thought of as the inevitable consequence of bad genes, aging or both. Today we understand that Alzheimer’s has compound causes, such as age, genetics, high blood pressure and aspects of lifestyle, including diet and exercise. There is also scientific consensus that Alzheimer’s is not always a disease of old age but can start in the brain when people are in their 40s and 50s. READ MORE

New York Post: Former Yankees left-hander and All-Star Fritz Peterson was so looking forward to coming back to Yankee Stadium in June for Old-Timers’ Day. Unfortunately, that will not be happening. Peterson, 76, who overcame prostate cancer years ago, is fighting a new health battle. “I’ve been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s,’’ he revealed to The Post in a phone interview. “I really wanted to be there for the fans, I was there like seven years ago, but I just can’t make it. It’s the saddest thing. I wanted to go and I can’t do it. I just wanted to let the fans know that.” READ MORE

ABC News: In a rare series of moves, Dutch authorities are investigating whether doctors may have committed crimes in five euthanasia cases, including the deaths of two women with advanced Alzheimer's disease. READ MORE

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