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An Apple a Day May Keep Alzheimerís 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 Alzheimerís
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 Alzheimerís
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 brainís health savings account:
The Benefits of Gardening for Alzheimerís
Did you know that gardening can lower blood pressure, prevent osteoporosis, increase muscle mass and keep blood sugar levels more stable?
How to Maximize Your Moments
Donít feel embarrassed or stressed when you canít recall information or have difficulty learning how to operate new technology. Here are some tips to coexist with cognitive impairment.
Namenda - A New Drug On The Horizon
Namenda, a new drug, shows promise for moderate to late stages of Alzheimerīs.
Itís Time to Take Care of Your Self
The holidaze are coming. Give yourself or a friend the gift of healing and optimism. In "Changing Habits" you will find my best concrete strategies and most uplifting and unusual stories to help you simplify and reconnect to your essential happiness.
Three Words That Can Change Your Life
When adversity strikes, we are ready to listen to anyone who can help alleviate our pain and grief. These three words profoundly changed my life.
Unexplained Weight Loss May be Early Sign of Alzheimer's
Often weight loss happens years before there are any symptoms of memory loss. Proper nutrition and exercise can help.
How to Improve Your Alzheimerís Profile: Mind Your Muscles
Here are the latest tips on how to avoid dementia:
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