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Neuropsychiatric Research Center of Southwest Florida

Alzheimer's Clinical Research Facility in Fort Myers, FL

Neuropsychiatric Research Center was founded to serve a real need for a high quality clinical research unit. We have the experience and facility to conduct safe, precise, well controlled clinical research with new and existing drugs.

Pandemic, presents, and Parkinson's

Pandemic, Presents, and Parkinson’s

Caring for a loved one with Parkinson’s disease (PD) during the holidays can be a stressful time. A caregiver may feel pulled in multiple directions as holiday obligations add up on top of regular duties. The holiday spirit may seem lost amongst presents, cookies, and feelings of isolation. Find time

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Caregivers Need Care Too

A family caregiver manages health emergencies, juggles appointments, and personal care of their loved ones. November is National Family Caregivers Month. This year’s theme is “Caregiving Around the Clock.” The essential role they play in others’ health and well-being is the heart of why caregivers need care too. Why Caregiving

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Benefits of Memory Screening

According to the CDC, as more people live long enough to be at greater risk of dementia, the prevalence of Alzheimer’s disease is estimated to quadruple by 2050. Health officials believe that the rise in numbers directly results from more people being diagnosed thanks to improved testing. Memory screens are

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