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Flurizan, a New Drug on the Horizon
A new drug, Flurizan, which is actually on the horizon could potentially change the preventive landscape of Alzheimer’s. Flurizan is claimed to reduce the amount of toxic beta amyloid in an Alzheimer’s brain.
Alzheimer’s Treatment with Dimebon
Some surprising news is on the horizon, from an antihistamine which originated in Russia in the 1980’s, Dimebon.
Exercise Will Transform Your Brain
Dr. John Ratey, a Harvard Medical School Professor and author of SPARK presents impressive evidence that aerobic exercise improves the brain´s functions and increases the growth of new brain cells to boost memory and mood.
How to Reverse Brain Shrinkage in Alzheimer's
Treating symptoms, reliable early diagnosis, addressing disease triggers and reversing poor cognition are the exciting directions of research in Alzheimer’s Disease.
Vitamin E for a Sound Mind and Body
Vitamin E is an important preventative for the inevitable decline of mind and body as we age.
The Benefits of Fish Oil in Alzheimer’s Disease
UCLA researchers claim that fish oil, whether ingested by pill or diet (eating fatty fish like salmon, herring, tuna) is an effective deterrent against Alzheimer’s, either preventing the disease or delaying its onset
Living with A Loved One
Dear Debbie, I need your help!!! My mother is driving me and the children crazy. Not only is she forgetful, but she is paranoid and always accusing me of not loving her. I feel like the madness is contagious.
Prevention of Alzheimer’s With Hypertensive Drugs
An ingredient in a common blood pressure medication can potentially help prevent the buildup of beta-amyloid production in the brain associated with Alzheimer’s Disease. This will help prevent the cognitive decline associated with the disease.
Exercise Your Brain
Many Alzheimer’s patients do better than expected because of their cognitive reserve. Columbia University Medical Center has identified a brain network within the frontal lobe that is associated with cognitive reserve. Here’s how to increase it:
Reduce Inflammation to Prevent Alzheimer’s
People whose blood tests show signs of inflammation are more likely to later develop Alzheimer’s disease than people with no signs of inflammation. Learn how to lower your inflammation.
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