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1. Prevention of Neuro-degenerative Diseases
May 26, 2018

Have you ever thought about your ability to think? Thinking about thinking – what a concept! When you search back into your memory banks and remember a vivid childhood experience or that special moment with your family, do you ever marvel at how you can remember even some of the smallest details? Stop reading for a moment and take a look outside your window. Have you ever thought about how amazing your colored, wide-angled, binocular vision is? This is all possible with the brain, one of God’s marvelous creation. The brain is our most precious organ. Without its full function, we ... (read more)

Author: Adrian Joele

2. Global Competitors Introducing Various Cognitive Impairment Disorder Drugs to Boost Market Growth -
May 11, 2018

Cognitive impairment is not an illness, but a condition of the body. The patient has trouble with memory or paying attention, trouble speaking or understanding, difficulty in recognising people, places or things, and might find new places or situations overwhelming. Cognitive impairment patient is confused, agitated, or very moody. This situation can come and go which is known as delirium. The cognitive impairment disorder can be mild, or severe, or anything in between, temporary problem or a permanent condition. The major causes of temporary cognitive impairment are infections, such as a urin... (read more)

Author: Ankur Gupta

3. Vitamin C: Essential for Good Health
December 07, 2017

The benefits of Vitamin C go beyond the generally known relieve of colds and flu. It also helps the body to make collagen, a tough, fibrous protein that helps to build connective tissue, skin, bones, and teeth, and it also plays a role in wound healing. There is also some evidence that foods high in vitamin C and other antioxidants can reduce the inflammation from asthma and return the airways to normal. I refer to Nutrition and my page: nutrition Osteoarthritis Doctors believed for many years that osteoarthritis was a “natural” result of wear an tear on the joints.... (read more)

Author: Adrian Joele

4. Boost Your Health with Asparagus
October 21, 2017

The name Asparagus comes from the Ancient Greeks and Romans, and its name in English evolved from “sperage” to “sparrow grass”, and then back to its original name. The slim green rods with its “braised” tips give you a great health boost. Asparagus contain compounds that can help fight birth defects, heart disease, cancer, support a healthy skin and strengthen your immune system. Charged with Folate One of the most important medical discoveries of the 20th century was that the incidence of brain and spiral cord birth defects (called neural tube defects), could be cut in half if wome... (read more)

Author: Adrian Joele

5. Assisted Living In Albuquerque And Albuquerque Alzheimer's Caregivers
May 15, 2017

In this world of modernization, living communities are gaining more and more popularity with every passing day. One important reason might be the fact that with modernization, people are also growing lonelier. Humans are social beings and thereby cannot live a happy life when they are lonely and have no one to interact with. In these living communities, the residents get to enjoy all the pleasures and luxuries that modern city life has to offer. In addition to that, all of these services are close to their reach. They can also lose themselves amidst nature if they wish to. Life Spire prov... (read more)

Author: Vikram kumar

6. Alzheimer Disease, the ‘slow killer', is a severe neurological disorder
May 10, 2017

Alzheimer Disease or AD is a disorder which affects the behavioral and cognitive impairment. Since it is a neurodegenerative disorder, the impact on occupational and social functioning becomes apparent after some time. It is a disease that progresses slowly over the years. By the time you take the patient to a top neurologist in Bangalore, a lot of damage has already happened. What causes Alzheimer Disease? In our brain, there is a structure deep inside which encodes and stores memories known as hippocampus. Other than it, the cerebral cortex is the area that makes decisions a... (read more)

Author: John Edward

7. Malman Law Firm sponsors TV Program that aired on Chicago's WGN-TV channel
December 26, 2016

An Alzheimer's special called "Unforgettable: Living with Alzheimer's" has aired on WGN-TV virtual channel 9, thanks to the Malman Law Firm, which is also based in the Chicago area. The practice sponsored the one hour event that focuses on bringing more awareness to the disease. The special, which was hosted by WGN's very own reporters Dean Richards and Dina Blair, mainly concentrated on offering valuable information to the public on how to deal with loved ones that have been afflicted by Alzheimer's, including doctors and qualified professionals who discussed the disease and all that it... (read more)

Author: John Doe

8. Aerobic Exercise Improves Mild Cognitive Impairment
December 02, 2016

Adults with the early symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease might be able to ward off or slow down its progression through aerobic exercise. Alzheimer’s disease is difficult to diagnose in the early stages. It begins with mild cognitive impairment – forgetting names and telephone numbers, for example. Of course, many older people who won’t get Alzheimer’s also forget things. But a new study showed that people with diminishing cognitive skills characteristic of mild cognitive impairment might...... (read more)

9. Australian Retirement Community Works to Learn from its Residents
November 30, 2016

More than 46 million people around the world live with dementia according to Alzheimer's International. That number is expected to rise as the world population ages. In Australia, one community is working with its residents to help keep those suffering from the disease safe and comfortable. VOA's Kevin Enochs reports.... (read more)

10. Mobile Game Helps Study Memory Loss
November 21, 2016

A mobile phone game may be helping scientists figure out how we lose our memories with age and from disease. With data from two-and-a-half million players so far, researchers say they may be closer to a diagnostic test for Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia. VOA's Steve Baragona reports.... (read more)

11. Online Game Helps Scientists Studying Dementia
November 16, 2016

An online game following the journey of an elderly former sea explorer who has lost his memories has helped scientists lead a vast international dementia study and given important preliminary results about human orientation skills. The game, called Sea Quest Hero and developed by Deutsche Telekom and Alzheimer’s Research UK, was launched in May and has generated enough data to help create a global benchmark for the human brain’s navigational processes and how they vary between men and...... (read more)

12. Increased Muscle Strength Can Improve Mild Cognitive Impairment
October 24, 2016

As populations continue to age, more and more people are going to begin to experience mild cognitive impairment, a precursor to Alzheimer’s disease.  It’s predicted that by 2050, 135 million Americans are going to suffer from mild cognitive impairment, or MCI. But the results of a new study in Australia show that increased muscle strength can improve brain function in older adults. In mild cognitive impairment, people have noticeably reduced memory but are able to lead otherwise...... (read more)

13. Can Dirty Air Contribute to Alzheimer’s?
September 25, 2016

Can dirty air be bad for the brain? A new study suggests that smog and other air pollutants may contribute to Alzheimer’s, a disease that causes progressive memory loss and dementia, and affects millions of people around the world. Scientists do not fully understand what causes Alzheimer’s, especially as people age, but think health, genetics and environmental factors contribute. Deborah Block has a report.... (read more)

14. Wines for a Worthy Cause Give the Gift of Jarman Wines and Give Back this Holiday Season
September 24, 2016

By purchasing Jarman Wines you will not only enjoy certified organic ultra premium wines, but you will be supporting a worthy cause, finding a cure for Alzheimer's disease. Salinas, CA, September 22, 2016 - Toast the holidays with a wine that gives back. By purchasing Jarman Wines you will not only enjoy certified organic ultra premium wines, but you will be supporting a worthy cause, finding a cure for Alzheimer's disease. Jarman Wines make the perfect hostess gifts and party offerings. Even better, each purchase will help to benefit the Alzheimer's Drug Discovery Foundation (ADDF).... (read more)

Author: John Paul

15. Could Green Salads, Olive Oil and Exercise Reverse Alzheimer’s?
September 12, 2016

The Alzheimer’s Association calls Alzheimer’s "the only disease among the top 10 causes of death in America that cannot be prevented, cured or even slowed.” This gloomy outlook means many people avoid screening tests for dementia. Now a U-S scientist has documented reversal of early Alzheimer’s in a small case study, largely through lifestyle interventions. From Boulder, Colorado, Shelley Schlender reports.... (read more)

16. Age well: Choose Senior Housing
August 30, 2016

Aging is a natural process. However, everybody wants to be able to live a normal life in their elderly years. Often, there are situations when illness makes it difficult to achieve a normal lifestyle. Sometimes, elder people require special treatment for maladies as Alzheimer’s disease. However, there are special settlements where seniors can receive specialized help, appropriate medication, and some company. Senior housing Coeur d’Alene provides specialized services for elderly and their families. Serious medical conditions are taken care of in a proper manner and you do not have to worry tha... (read more)

Author: Fabiola Groshan

17. Key dementia care tips
August 30, 2016

You have reached the conclusion that you simply must find a rest home for your elderly parent. They are suffering from some form of dementia eg Alzheimer's. They are in need of dementia care. How do you go about choosing an appropriate care home. Here are a few pointers. Some care homes are registered to provide personal care, which means they will provide help with activities such as washing, dressing and eating. In some homes that are registered to provide personal care, staff will have had specialist training in dementia care. Other homes are registered to provide nursing care, which m... (read more)

Author: Innes Donaldson

18. How a caregiver can help deal with dementia
August 30, 2016

It is disheartening for family members to be informed of their loved one suffering from dementia. Another term for this dilapidating illness is Alzheimer's disease. It is actually a deteriorating medical illness or condition rather than a disease in strict medical terms. When one receives news of a family member diagnosed as having dementia, it is important to gather the necessary information about the medical condition with the best of care services available in town. Expert care An untrained caregiver in the form of a family member may find it extremely taxing to care for thei... (read more)

Author: Innes Donaldson

19. Nephew: Gene Wilder, Star of Mel Brooks' Movies, Dies at 83
August 29, 2016

Gene Wilder, the star of such comedy classics as "Young Frankenstein" and "Blazing Saddles," has died. He was 83. Wilder's nephew said Monday that the actor and writer died late Sunday in Stamford, Connecticut from complications from Alzheimer's disease. The frizzy-haired actor was a master at playing panicked characters caught up in schemes that only a madman such as Mel Brooks could devise, whether reviving a monster in "Young Frankenstein" or...... (read more)

20. Report Links Diet and Exercise to Alzheimer's
August 16, 2016

Almost every day there is some new piece of evidence linking long term quality of life with movement, and a healthy diet. It's common sense but the science makes the apparent impossible to ignore: being mindful about diet and exercise leads to a longer healthier life. The latest news on the subject comes from a study by researchers at UCLA's Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior and appears in the American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry. Don't stop...... (read more)

21. Pill for Menstrual Pain Restores Memory in Mice with Alzheimer's
August 15, 2016

A surprising discovery has been made in the treatment of Alzheimer's disease. An anti-inflammatory drug used to treat menstrual pain completely reversed memory symptoms in mice with Alzheimer's. The drug, called mefenamic acid, is a so-called non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug, or NSAID, used to relieve menstrual cramps. In experiments with mice specially bred to have Alzheimer's symptoms, the rodents predictably developed memory problems over time. Ten of the...... (read more)

22. Eye Test Could Detect Early Stages of Alzheimer’s
July 12, 2016

A simple eye test may eventually be used detect the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease, according to a new study on laboratory mice. Writing in the journal Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Sciences, researchers from the University of Minnesota say the discovery could pave the way for a noninvasive test for humans. "Using currently available detection methods, you have to wait until the plaque is formed to identify Alzheimer’s disease," said Robert Vince, Ph.D., director of the Center for Drug Design at the University of Minnesota. "This technology i... (read more)

23. Substance in Marijuana Could Benefit Alzheimer’s Patients
June 30, 2016

 More than 5 million Americans suffer from Alzheimer's Disease, the most damaging form of dementia, and it is the sixth leading cause of death in the United States. Not every instance of memory loss signals that your brain may be misfiring, of course, so the Alzheimer's Association prepared this list of warning signs:  * Memory loss that disrupts daily life, such as forgetting names or dates, but not instances where you forget a name briefly, then remember it five minutes later  * Difficulty in making plans or solving problems, or unusual difficulty in concentra... (read more)

24. Groundbreaking US Women's Basketball Coach Dies at 64
June 28, 2016

Pat Summitt, one of the most successful U.S. college basketball coaches in history, has died at age 64, five years after being diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer's disease. Her death Tuesday was so significant that it merited a comment from U.S. President Barack Obama. He noted that Summitt, who spent 38 years coaching women's basketball at the University of Tennessee, served as a role model to millions of Americans, including the two Obama daughters. Summitt began playing college basketball in the 1970s, before the United States had laws mandating equal funding for women... (read more)

25. New Blood Test Could Detect Early Stages of Alzheimer’s
June 09, 2016

University researchers in the United States say they have developed a blood test that appears to be effective in detecting the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease, the most common cause of dementia in elderly people. Scientists at Rowan University in the eastern state of New Jersey say their blood test can detect mild cognitive impairment, which is generally seen in patients 10 or more years before they develop severe symptoms of Alzheimer's Disease, an affliction that is almost always fatal. Not everyone with mild cognitive impairment develops Alzheimer's, and the condi... (read more)

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