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Distinguishing Alzheimer's From Senior Moments
Destabilizing symptoms like forgetting where you placed the car keys or even where you parked the car do not necessarily signal the mild cognitive impairment which precedes Alzheimer’s. Here´s how to tell.
How to Alleviate Depression in Alzheimer’s Patients
People with Alzheimer’s are likely to experience depression. However, depression can be managed and alleviated and once that happens not only does mood improve, but so does function.
A Needle-Free Vaccine Looks Promising In Alzheimer’s
This study is the first to demonstrate that a skin patch which is noninvasive could provide a new therapeutic approach for Alzheimer’s.
Alzheimer's Prevention Strategies for 2007
January is Alzheimer’s Awareness Month. The message is to focus on the lifestyle changes you can make at this very moment to be brain smart.
Alzheimer’s and the Holidays
During the holiday season Alzheimer’s patients and their caregivers often feel a little sadder and more stressed. However, it doesn´t have to be this way! Here are some suggestions.
Eat Your Veggies to Slow Down Cognitive Decline
Eating vegetables, not fruit, helps slow down the rate of cognitive decline in older adults, according to a study from the American Academy of Neurology.
Here’s How to Slow Brain Shrinkage of Alzheimer’s Disease
Here are the encouraging results of the latest research studies for slowing brain shrinkage:
An Apple a Day May Keep Alzheimer’s at Bay
Latest research notes that apples may help neurotransmitters in the brain to restore acetylcholine levels which improve memory!
New Research Getting Us Closer to Preventing Alzheimer’s
A recent study led by the Mount Sinai School of Medicine identified a faulty molecule in the brain in patients who have mild cognitive impairment.
Exercise and Lose Weight to Prevent Alzheimer’s
There are different reasons as to why exercising and eating right, even making those changes at midlife, could prove to be the best deposit made in your brain’s health savings account:
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