A Neurologist’s Tips for Fighting Memory Loss and Alzheimer’s

A Neurologist’s Tips for Fighting Memory Loss and Alzheimer’s If you’re over 50 and find yourself misplacing your keys, forgetting why you went into a room or trying to remember a familiar friend’s name, you may be worried that you’re developing Alzheimer’s disease. “In America today, anyone over 50 lives in dread of the big … Continue reading “A Neurologist’s Tips for Fighting Memory Loss and Alzheimer’s”

Harvard nutritionist shares the No. 1 vitamin that keeps her brain ‘young and healthy’—and foods she eats ‘every day’

Harvard nutritionist shares the No. 1 vitamin that keeps her brain ‘young and healthy—and foods she eats ‘every day’ Dr. Uma Naidoo, a nutritional psychiatrist, educates her patients about the importance of maintaining their mental health and adopting a healthy diet. Likewise, Dr. Naidoo makes sure she practices what she advises her patients. “I always … Continue reading “Harvard nutritionist shares the No. 1 vitamin that keeps her brain ‘young and healthy’—and foods she eats ‘every day’”

Why Are Neurological Disorders on The Rise?

Why Are Neurological Disorders on The Rise? Medical experts are seeing a continual increase in neurological disorders that cause death and disabilities and neuroscientists are stepping up their research efforts to get to the root of the problem. Although specific causes of neurological disorders vary, some studies show age and environmental pollution are factors behind … Continue reading “Why Are Neurological Disorders on The Rise?”

Reducing the risk of Dementia

Reducing the risk of Dementia Mopping the floor, washing dishes, and dusting may seem like mundane tasks, but a long-term study says people who frequently do household chores may be reducing their risk of dementia. An international research team discovered that certain activities, such as household chores, exercising, and daily visits to family and friends, … Continue reading “Reducing the risk of Dementia”

Dementia: Study Finds Connection Between Excessive Napping And Dementia

Dementia: Study Finds Connection Between Excessive Napping And Dementia It’s normal for older adults to take a nap during the daytime, especially if they want to catch up on sleep that they lost the night before. In fact, taking a short nap in the afternoon has been shown to boost energy and improve brain function. … Continue reading “Dementia: Study Finds Connection Between Excessive Napping And Dementia”

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”

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”

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”