August 29, 2016
August 28, 2016
If you are concerned about Alzheimer's, "steps should be taken to lessen human exposure to Aluminum," according to The Journal of Alzheimer's Disease. How? Here are some simple tips to fine-tune your diet.
Sleep is restorative and refreshing to the brain. Poor sleep aggravates dementia and increases Alzheimer's risk. Check out these tips for a better night's sleep.
Why get a diagnosis if Alzheimer's can't be cured? Watch England's Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt explain some reasons why it's worth the trouble and can make all the difference in the world.
August 26, 2016
MEND is UCLA's personalized program to reverse memory loss. In the university's MEND study, nine of 10 participants displayed significant improvement in their memories. Learn how.
Memory drugs for Alzheimer's cause slower heart rates and even fainting. The magnitude of these risks are not always made clear to patients. Learn about side-effects, avoiding a pacemaker and injuries from falls.
August 25, 2016
In Alzheimer's, it's hard to find a way to boost memory. New research has uncovered a big reason why. It seems that over-boosting memory cells in the brain may be worse than not boosting them at all. Can this information help researchers find a "Goldilocks" mix that is not too much, not too little, but rather "just right"?
Enjoy this duet between a father with dementia and his son. What a delightful triumph of spirit over Alzheimer's! Sing-a-long if you like!
Aline has Alzheimer's. Her husband Walt cares for her in the comfort of their home. Share their journey through Stage 5 Alzheimer's, as Aline describes her feelings and Walt conveys his challenges.
August 24, 2016
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