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Often misdiagnosed, FTD progresses differently from Alzheimer's but may show similar symptoms. What are its common signs? Read more.

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from livestrong.com

Frontal Lobe Exercises

FRONTAL LOBE EXERCISES: Therapy for those who suffered brain damage to their frontal lobe(s) after a stroke--A form of traumatic brain injury, a frontal lobe injury requires recuperative exercises that involve physical and cognitive maneuvers to slowly restore the brain and body to a functioning level capable of accomplishing tasks in everyday society. Read more: http://www.livestrong.com/article/466462-frontal-lobe-exercises/#ixzz2OkfWQcx2

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from Adventures in Mommydom

Learn about the brain activities

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from The Mighty

33 Things People Affected by Alzheimer's Wish Others Understood

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Dr Alexander Salerno: Frontotemporal dementia, commonly known as frontal lobe dementia or the Pick's disease, is a kind of dementia that is not as common as its other forms such as vascular dementia or more commonly known as Alzheimer's disease. For more - http://www.ideastap.com/People/dralexandersalerno/Blog/7d8217b9-7560-46b2-8189-a45701707058

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Frontotemporal dementia or FTD is a progressive disorder of the brain. It can affect behaviour, language skills and movement. The brain is made up of four lobes – the frontal lobe, parietal lobe, temporal lobe and occipital lobe. In FTD, there is progressive loss of cells in the frontal and temporal lobes of the brain. …