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1. The Healing Power of Currants
April 13, 2018

The Healing Power of Currants Currants are a favourite fruit in various countries. The British love currant jams and jellies. The French consider black currant liquer as their favourite. Until the turn of the previous century, Americans enjoyed fresh currants, as well as currant jellies and sauces. Today, fresh currants are hard to find in the US. (Don't be fooled by the black “currants” sold in supermarkets, they are really zante grapes. What caused the end of our craving for currants? In the early 1900s, the USDA banned the cultivation of currants because the shrubs harbored a... (read more)

Author: Adrian Joele

2. 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)

3. Home care for those suffering with alzheimers
May 30, 2016

Providing in home care for elderly family members can be challenging. The disease can affect memories and what would otherwise be simple daily functions. This can make at home care frustrating and tiring to individuals providing care. Unpredictable behavior can make even the easiest of day-to-day tasks such as eating, sleeping, and dressing seem like time-consuming and difficult hurdles to overcome. However, with a little patience and the following tips on caring for seniors with Alzheimer's, it is possible to provide safety and comfort to your loved ones. Use Gentle Encouragement:... (read more)

Author: Innes Donaldson

4. The Basics of Alzheimer's and Alzheimer's Care
November 29, 2015

If someone in your life has recently been diagnosed with Alzheimer's, chances are you're still in a state of shock and wondering what to do next. Dealing with the diagnosis certainly isn't easy, but it isn't impossible either. The more you know, the easier it will be and soon, you'll be able to take it all in stride like millions of other Americans. Here is a quick overview of what Alzheimer's is, what you can expect, what you can do, and why you'll need to find great Riverview, MI, Alzheimer’s care. Learn to Be Flexible Alzheimer's is a form of dementia and actually accounts for between 60... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

5. Is Alzheimer's Our Next Health Epidemic or Can It Be Avoided?
September 20, 2015

Top scientists warning if people do not dramatically improve their lifestyles Alzheimer's will soon become a massive out of control health drain on our society. A new study has found that people who never exercise are much more likely to get this disease. The warning that some of our sedentary lifestyle is threatening our health is being ignored when we're feeling well. This makes Alzheimer's one of the cruelest diseases, stripping its victim not only of his health but also of his dignity. Avoid the epidemic! Not only lack of exercise is the blame; there are now strong links between ... (read more)

Author: Josef Bichler

July 29, 2015

If you’ve read my previous article on fluoride you’ll know how I feel about it. After so many clinical studies on its toxic effects I don’t know why there is still debate over it’s safety. Besides being a neurotoxin that has shown to cause Alzheimers and dementia, now there are new studies that link it to a disorder that’s cropping up in so many children. An Environmental Health study¹ has conclusively found a link between fluoridated water and incidence of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in children. The study compared rates of ADHD between fluoridated and non-fluori... (read more)

Author: Thomas Cho

7. Fight Alzheimers With Mineral Water
July 22, 2015

If you’ve ever watched a relative or family friend suffer from dementia, you know what a frightening and debilitating illness it can be. Nobody wants to put their loved ones through the tragedy of watching their personality, mind, and memory decay. And although there may not currently be a cure for Alzheimer’s disease, that doesn’t mean there’s nothing you can do to mitigate the symptoms. A recent study has shown that the simple action of drinking mineral water daily can be effective in significantly slowing the rate of cognitive decline in Alzheimer’s sufferers. During a 13 week trial, p... (read more)

Author: Thomas Cho

8. A Blueprint for Alzheimer's Care
March 04, 2015

Alzheimer's Disease. Few diagnoses strike more fear in our hearts, both as the recently diagnosed and as the ones who love them. Immediately, thoughts run the gamut from worries about loss of independence to mourning the expected loss of a loved one to a disease which steals them from us while we watch. Alzheimer's care, personalized, tailored, and adjusted to the patient's needs, can alleviate some of the fear and stress associated with this disease and provide hope at a time when life may seem hopeless. Developing a plan of care is comparable to building a home. With caregivers in the r... (read more)

Author: Andrew Stratton

9. How To Select The Best Of TheAlzheimer's Care
February 09, 2015

What is the Alzheimer’s disease? Alzheimer disease is a kind of degenerative disease which usually starts very slowly and then gets worse with time. The common symptoms with this kind of disease are to start forgetting on the most recent event. When the disease is at the advanced stages, there are symptoms like disorientation, having problem with language and also mood swing together with some issues in the way you behave. When this condition declines, you will find that many persons who have it usually decline from the society and family as well. It is with time that the body functions a... (read more)

Author: Vikram kumar

10. Nutritious Green Tea to Lower the Hypertension, plus More
December 05, 2014

There are certain foods that should be part of every person's diet plan, and maybe even if they do not particularly care for the taste. These foods might be regarded as naturally-occurring medicine, given that they do a whole lot for all of us and yet comprise basically no negative effects. So why wouldn't you take them, even when you have not yet developed a taste for them. One of those foods is green tea, and simply by looking at the food market shelves as well as their wide selection a greater number is definitely on to green tea. The latest research published in the British Journal of... (read more)

Author: Jim O'Connell

11. Enough Scope of Growth Available For Researchers at the Roskamp Institute in Sarasota
September 16, 2014

Alzheimers disease is brain disorder for which no certain cure has been discovered as yet. Although, there are several ways by which its effects can be minimized and the chronic disease can be curtailed at the primary stage only. There have been innumerable research works carried out in this respect but the most valuable one is accounted to the name of Michael Mullan. He is a well known biomedical researcher who has been working in the field of neurological disorders since a long time. He has shown great interest and worked diligently towards health care and finding solutions for chronic brain... (read more)

Author: Jack Smiths

12. Exclusive stills reveal glen campbell joshua homme collaboration - China Through Panel Terminal Blo
June 02, 2014

An Alzheimers diagnosis forced country music legend Glen Campbell to bring his 60-year career to an end earlier this year, and this week a music video for his song “A Better Place” will be released. The video will offer a retrospective look at Campbell’s career, and will feature a cameo by Queens of the Stone Age frontman Joshua Homme. Paste has received exclusive stills from the video, as well as a Q&A conducted with Homme in which he speaks of the impact Campbell had on his own career.A crossover country icon, Campbell emerged from a small town in Arkansas to become a popular country-pop sta... (read more)

Author: grehh hernjer

13. Exclusive stills reveal glen campbell joshua homme collaboration - Electronic Weighing Balance
May 24, 2014

An Alzheimers diagnosis forced country music legend Glen Campbell to bring his 60-year career to an end earlier this year, and this week a music video for his song “A Better Place” will be released. The video will offer a retrospective look at Campbell’s career, and will feature a cameo by Queens of the Stone Age frontman Joshua Homme. Paste has received exclusive stills from the video, as well as a Q&A conducted with Homme in which he speaks of the impact Campbell had on his own career.A crossover country icon, Campbell emerged from a small town in Arkansas to become a popular country-pop sta... (read more)

Author: he ni

14. Exclusive stills reveal glen campbell joshua homme collaboration - PVC Magnetic Stripe Cards Manufa
May 14, 2014

An Alzheimers diagnosis forced country music legend Glen Campbell to bring his 60-year career to an end earlier this year, and this week a music video for his song “A Better Place” will be released. The video will offer a retrospective look at Campbell’s career, and will feature a cameo by Queens of the Stone Age frontman Joshua Homme. Paste has received exclusive stills from the video, as well as a Q&A conducted with Homme in which he speaks of the impact Campbell had on his own career.A crossover country icon, Campbell emerged from a small town in Arkansas to become a popular country-pop sta... (read more)

Author: na b

15. Getting additional support after an Alzheimer's diagnosis
February 07, 2014

Medical I.D.'s can help after an Alzheimers diagnosis... If you, or know of someone who has dementia, you know that they can appear to be confused or they may not be aware of their surroundings at times. As the condition gradually gets worse over time this means that sometimes, (not always,) they can find themselves in vulnerable situations through no fault of their own. A medical identification disc in this situation can bring their diagnosed condition to the attention of emergency responders like the police, fire or paramedics in an emergency situation. It's important to know that these s... (read more)

Author: Iain Surman

16. Tips for Providing Alzheimer's Care to a Loved One
January 07, 2014

Providing Alzheimer's care to a relative can be difficult and stressful. Watching an elderly parent or relative suffer from this disease can be heartbreaking, especially if you're the primary caregiver. The skills that your loved one loses generally can't be regained, and you will have to help them adjust to the disease and alter their daily routine accordingly. One of the most important things to remember is that proper health, nutrition, and socialization are essential elements of proper Alzheimer's care. You should work to create a diet that will help your loved one eat well and stay ... (read more)

Author: Anna Woodward

17. Issues To Consider When Formulating An Alzheimer's Care Plan
December 06, 2013

Caring for a relative who suffers from Alzheimer's disease or another type of dementia can be a challenging, overwhelming, and emotional process. If you have a relative who has been diagnosed with this disease, you are likely worried about how he or she will change, how you will care for them, and how the diagnosis will affect your life. For this reason, it is important to gather as much information as possible while preparing for Alzheimer's care. This will ensure that everything goes as smoothly as possible and that your relative is comfortable and well cared for during his or her life. ... (read more)

Author: Andrea Avery

18. Is it possible to Lower your Likelihood of Alzheimer's through Diet
November 12, 2013

Alzheimer' condition is overtaking America in epidemic figures, with an estimated one individual in eight over the age of 65 having the condition. As the number of cases for diabetic issues and obesity continue to swell, Alzheimer's is expected to spiral up in the next twenty years. Regrettably for countless families of afflicted individuals with this terrible disease there isn't an acknowledged cure, and no treatment options that can in fact be called useful. Prescription medication is at the moment of little or no good; however we are getting a better comprehension of ways we are able to ... (read more)

Author: Jim O'Connell

19. Nutrition in the early stages of dementia
November 10, 2013

In the early stages of dementia it is not uncommon for those not regularly and deeply involved with the patient to believe that nothing is wrong. Even family can question the spouse or siblings decisions thinking that the person living with dementia is still able to made decisions. Someone living with dementia or memory loss becomes very good at faking knowledge and quickly changing the subject to hide their ignorance. When it comes to nutrition those caring for a patient with early stage dementia must know that the disease will show itself in a myriad of ways. If you are not care... (read more)

Author: BrightStar Care

20. Depression and the Elderly, How You Can Help
November 06, 2013

Depression is a disease that tends to be denied by the current generation of elderly people, many of whom were raised in an atmosphere where showing feelings was discouraged, and this adds to diagnostic difficulties. Elderly patients may actively deny a depressed mood because of the perceived stigma of both depression and the need for help with psychiatric problems. This issue has been recognized within the medical community. A study with six rural family physicians in Nebraska showed that although the physicians felt they could usually recognize and treat depression adequately, the... (read more)

Author: BrightStar Care

21. Finding Suitable Alzheimers Care For Your Loved One
October 25, 2013

There may come a day when a person you love who suffers from a chronic illness will require more Alzheimer's care than can be provided in their own residence. When this time comes, it may be necessary for the person to relocate to a residential care facility. This place may be an assisted living center or a nursing home. When plans are put into motion for a move into a care facility, the planning stage needs to begin well before the admission takes place. The advanced planning for Alzheimer's care is beneficial for the family involved because it provides them with the opportunity to find ... (read more)

Author: Andrea Avery

22. The Mediterranean diet
October 11, 2013

Greeks and Italians followed this healthy eating lifestyle in the 50s and 60s. The diet has been shown to help protect against obesity, alzheimers, type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure and risk of heart disease. When people had more manual jobs they worked outside all day tending to animals or vegetables. Families would all sit around the table together and enjoy a meal. The main staples of the diet were lots of fruit and veg. They would eat up to 9 portions a day, providing the body with lots of antioxidants. The salt in the body lost by manual work was replaced by eating cured mea... (read more)

Author: Sarah Swallow

23. Seek Expert Services at Orange County Dementia Care Centers
October 10, 2013

Taking care of a mother, father, wife or husband with dementia is not an easy task. Though it is an aging disease and with the age it can happen to anyone, not many take this news very well. It is very difficult for some people to cope with it and just when the doctors state the fact about this condition and especially about not such a positive note on its cure, it really gets people worked up. However, the best way to make it workable and ensure that the patient is coping with their life in this state, one can always opt for a suitable dementia care center in Orange County. It is not one of t... (read more)

Author: Alester Brown

24. Choosing a Hospice Care Orange County Center
October 09, 2013

For someone who is considering a hospice care center in Orange County, it’s time to look into the options well before taking any final call. For some people, it has been proven to be very useful and plays a huge part in their lives. It is indeed not very easy to see an elderly person falling sick and dealing with illness that is hard to bear. The loved ones of such a person will do whatever they can in order to make things easier, simpler and effective. It is an obvious fact that if there is someone facing an illness that is hard to bear, the treatment plans cannot be carried off always at hom... (read more)

Author: Alester Brown

25. What to Expect from an Alzheimers Care Center in Orange County
October 08, 2013

When it comes to Alzheimers, one must know that it is a progressive disease. When someone is suffering with this disease, it is not just the patient that gets affected but a deep impact comes onto all or most family members. Given that this is an aging disease, the children of such parents find it hard to cope with the idea. As much as it is difficult for them, the truth is that one must come to terms with it first because they are the ones that need to take care of their parent who is suffering with this disease. One must be of an impression that providing the best care for the patient is by ... (read more)

Author: Alester Brown

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