Dementia Risk Factors, Symptoms, Diagnosis, Stages, Treatment, & Prevention Series

Dementia Risk Factors, Symptoms, Diagnosis, Stages, Treatment, & Prevention Series


The book series break medical jargon down to everyday language to teach symptoms, causes, risk factors, diagnosis, stages, and prevention for all dementia categories. Alzheimer's is the most prevalent dementia, but only one. When you finish this series, you will understand the differences between Alzheimer's and the other dementia types. 

Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus, book 7 is a dementia that strikes all ages.

Behavioral Variant Dementia (bvFTD), book 2  concentrates on the most prevalent frontotemporal dementia.

Wernicke-Korsakoff Syndrome, book 8 is an avoidable dementia.

Primary Progressive Aphasia (PPA), book 3  is a frontotemporal dementia that attacks language skills.

LATE (Limbic-Predominant Age-Related TDP-43 Encephalopathy), book 9

Dementia with Lewy Bodies, book 4 investigates the most prevalent Lewy body dementia sub type. 

Post-Stroke Dementia, book 10

Parkinson's Disease Dementia (PDD), book 5  is a Lewy body dementia that begins as Parkinson's disease. 

Multi-infarct Dementia, book 11

Huntington's Disease, book 6 focuses on a less frequent but no less dangerous dementia.

Binswanger Disease, book 12


Beller Health Research Institute and lead author Jerry Beller spent the better part of the past decade researching and writing the Dementia Series. As dementia research and science evolves, Beller and the team updates each book at least once per year. 

Following decades of researchers who built the science around LATE, and the National Institute of Aging international work force who named the new dementia category, Beller wrote and released the first book on the subject. While dozens of researchers deserve credit for uncovering and naming the new dementia category, the LATE book above is the first official book release.