Blood Tests For Dementia, Alzheimer’s! A New Way To Diagnosis These Diseases

Blood Tests For Dementia, Alzheimer’s! A New Way To Diagnosis These Diseases Scientists have been working for decades on developing new methods that would accurately detect signs and symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease. Prior to the early 2000s, the only way to know for sure whether a person had Alzheimer’s was to conduct an autopsy after … Continue reading “Blood Tests For Dementia, Alzheimer’s! A New Way To Diagnosis These Diseases”

Two or More Chronic Health Problems May Increase Risk of Dementia

Two or More Chronic Health Problems May Increase Risk of Dementia People in their mid-50s who have two or more chronic health conditions are at a higher risk of developing dementia later in life, according to a long-term study published in the British Medical Journal. Researchers at the University College London and the University of … Continue reading “Two or More Chronic Health Problems May Increase Risk of Dementia”

Eating Right For Sharper Memory And Focus, And What Not To Eat

Eating Right For Sharper Memory And Focus, And What Not To Eat Dr. Uma Naidoo, nutritional psychiatrist and faculty member at Harvard Medical School, says there’s one question that her patients repeatedly ask her: “How can I maximize the power of my brain?” After years of studying the intricate connection between the gut and the … Continue reading “Eating Right For Sharper Memory And Focus, And What Not To Eat”

Alzheimer’s Disease: Brain scans reveal a culprit in the cognitive decline of Alzheimer’s

Alzheimer’s Disease: Brain scans reveal a culprit in the cognitive decline of Alzheimer’s Researchers can now observe the widespread loss of nerve cells in the brains of living patients with early stages of Alzheimer’s disease thanks to advanced imaging technology developed by scientists at Yale University. Scientists have long believed that the destruction of brain … Continue reading “Alzheimer’s Disease: Brain scans reveal a culprit in the cognitive decline of Alzheimer’s”

Exercise Your Brain For Better Memory

Exercise Your Brain For Better Memory If older adults were asked to list their top 10 worries, there’s a good chance that memory loss would rank near the top of the list. After all, it’s possible to make a mistake when something you know doesn’t surface in the moment you need it. So, it’s no … Continue reading “Exercise Your Brain For Better Memory”

Fight Dementia With the right Diet!

Fight Dementia With the right Diet! Health and nutrition experts have said for years that what you eat now can affect you as you get older. And, that includes eating certain foods that may prevent Alzheimer’s disease or at least delay the onset of the progressive brain disorder. A growing number of studies suggest that … Continue reading “Fight Dementia With the right Diet!”

Latest Coronavirus News

Latest Coronavirus News Public health authorities recently delivered some good news in the ongoing fight against coronavirus disease: The number of new COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations dropped 53 percent, from January 15 to February 2. Unfortunately, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) also reported COVID deaths are on the rise, averaging 2,404 … Continue reading “Latest Coronavirus News”

Alzheimer’s disease, there are several signs and symptoms to watch for!

Alzheimer’s disease, there are several signs and symptoms to watch for! Older adults who misplace their keys, forget an appointment, or miss a bill payment date once in a while may believe they are in the beginning stage of Alzheimer’s disease. Occasional forgetfulness, however, can be a normal part of aging. But, there is cause … Continue reading “Alzheimer’s disease, there are several signs and symptoms to watch for!”

Alzheimer’s Disease Update

Alzheimer’s Disease Update An international team of researchers has found that Alzheimer’s disease develops in a different way than scientists had previously thought. According to the team’s new study, Alzheimer’s disease reaches different regions of the brain early, rather than starting from a single point in the brain and spreading to other regions of the … Continue reading “Alzheimer’s Disease Update”

Caring For Someone With Alzheimers (ALZ)

Caring For Someone With Alzheimers (ALZ) Jim and Laneeda Lucero had what many would consider the perfect life. They were college sweethearts and married while still in school. Lucero was an advertising executive and his wife, Laneeda, was a stay-at-home mom to four children. Lucero described his wife as “busy,” “bubbly,” and “beautiful.” She was … Continue reading “Caring For Someone With Alzheimers (ALZ)”