Answered By: Laura Marek
Last Updated: Jul 07, 2017     Views: 50

Just below the large search box on the library's welcome page, there is a link labeled Advanced Search, click on that link.

In the top search box type exactly:  "Alzheimer's disease diagnosis"
Be sure to include the quotation marks! They tell the search engine to look for those words together.
In the middle search box type:  race
 
 
 
Then, scroll down to the bottom of the page.  Look for the heading labeled Image Quick View Types
Just below that click on Graph and Chart and  Diagram
This will limit the results to only articles that have a graph, chart or diagram in it.
Then, click on Search
 
 
You can easily modify this search to try and look for other items if these do not meet your needs. Just change what you put into the middle search box.  You could try using age or  gender
 
Another search you could search with this in the advanced search:  "Alzheimer's disease" diagnosis 
Just change the location of the quotation marks and your results will change.
You could also try searching with:  "alzheimer's disease" race
 
If you can use outside sources, the Alzheimer's association has quite a bit of information.  Here are a few links to their website:
 
 
The CDC also has information:
 
And here is a link to a section of a book that may be helpful:
 
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has this report:
 
Medline Plus has this topic page that has many links to reputable sources:
 

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