11 Guides on Alzheimer's Disease: How to Protect Yourself
We've pooled our knowledge here for you to browse, it includes ways to protect yourself, ways to reduce your risk of the disease, ways to eat right to slow it down and some interesting studies you may find interesting.
Foods That Increase the Risk of Alzheimer’s and Dementia
This article explains which food types and food combinations one ought to avoid to reduce the risk of developing dementia and Alzheimer's.
Hearing Loss Comes With Added Risks of Dementia & Diabetes
Although we often think of hearing loss as a minor annoyance, it turns out that it can lead to several serious complications...
Flu Shots and Alzheimer’s: Is There a Connection?
Flu shots cannot cause Alzheimer's disease. To the contrary, studies show that they may actually cut down one's risk of the disease by 30%!
Learn From An Expert the Neurological Effects of Menopause
Neuroscientist Lisa Mosconi seeks to clarify through clear scientific data the exact effect menopause can have on the brain.
Why You Must Eat Berries and Apples to Prevent Dementia
A type of antioxidant present in berries, tea, and apples may be not simply beneficial but necessary to prevent dementia and Alzheimer's
Scientists Find Having a Happy Partner Can Deter Dementia
Does your partner look at the world through rose-tinted glasses? If so, scientists found another reason to thank your cheerful significant other
The Super-Nut That Helps Slow Down Cognitive Decline
Here we explain the science behind walnut consumption and help you understand whether you should count on walnuts improving your brain health
Gum Disease Bacteria Suggested To CAUSE Alzheimer’s
Can a seemingly harmless gum infection cause Alzheimer's disease? As unbelievable as it may sound, those are the findings or a recent study
Air Pollution May Increase the Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease
We know air pollution is bad for lungs, but a study shows it may also be bad for our brains and increase risk of dementia and Alzheimer's.
Study Shows Dancing May Improve Quality of Life of Seniors
A recent study, conducted by experts from different fields have noted that dancing can significantly improve the health of seniors.
Does Poor Oral Health Affect Our Brains?
Recent research suggests that poor oral health may be linked with cognitive decline in seniors.
Clinical Trial May Be a New Hope For Alzheimer’s Patients
At the Alzheimer's Conference in 2018, the results of a study on a new drug, NA-831 were revealed to be beneficial to Alzheimer's Patients
Take Frequent Daytime Naps? Then You Need to Know This
Neuroscientists elaborate on the link between sleep problems and Alzheimer's disease, suggesting excessive napping may be an early sign
Could This Drug For High Blood Pressure Treat Alzheimer's?
Many studies have been conducted in the last few years to see if Nilvadipine, a blood pressure drug, can also treat symptoms of Alzheimer's
lzheimer's And Meat Eating: Addressing the Connection
Does eating a lot of meat have a connection to Alzheimer's? We examine the evidence.
The Sugar-Free Diet Drink that Causes Obesity and Diabetes
Scientific studies about the harmful impacts of drinking diet soda
If You Like to Sleep in, We Have Some Bad News For You...
A new study shows that there's a link between sleeping too much and getting dementia (or even dying early). Read all about it here.
Here's the Latest Alzheimer's Breakthrough: Zombie Cells
Scientists have found a way to cure the stressed, toxic, zombie cells found in mice with Alzheimer's. Read all about it here.
An Alzheimer's Cure Might Just Be Around the Corner!
Impressive new research has discovered the earliest point in a neurodegenerative process that is thought to lead to dementia. Find out more here.
This New Blood Test May Detect Alzheimer's 8 Years Earlier
A new blood test has been created that may help Alzheimer's to be detected up to 8 years before symptoms develop. Learn all about it here.
Worried About Alzheimer's? This Guide Is All That You Need
Learn about the signs, symptoms, and treatment options for Alzheimer's disease in our detailed guidebook.Please visit us here again to check for updates.
Discovery: Use of Blood Thinners May Prevent Dementia
A new study shows how blood-thinning drugs can help to prevent the onset of dementia. Find out how they work here.
This Restaurant Offers Work for People With Dementia
Read all about The Restaurant of Order Mistakes, which has a unique mission to provide work for waiters with dementia.
Here's How You Can Prevent Alzheimer's Disease
Want to know how to prevent yourself from getting Alzheimer's disease? Neuroscientist, Lisa Genova, has all the answers!