Nursing Homes: Celebrating The Holidays

Whether this is your first or one of many Christmases with a loved one in a nursing facility, Christmas can feel a little less cheery for the both of you. Perhaps it is your mom in the nursing facility and perhaps she is feeling a bit discouraged to be spending the holidays away...

Future Vaccine To Cure Alzheimer’s Disease?

Experimental studies at the University of Texas are showing good results for a vaccine that could possibly slow down Alzheimer’s disease. The experiments and research are published in the journal Alzheimer’s Research & Therapy. The research included animal testing...

At Home Exam Helps People Identify Signs of Alzheimer’s

Early diagnosis of Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia is crucial to the success of the treatment process and researchers have developed a new way to help detect the disease at home. The SAGE Test An early diagnosis of Alzheimer’s can help individuals begin treatment earlier,...

Cognitive Abilities Start to Decline at Age 24, According to New Study

When talking about cognitive decline, most people think that it doesn’t happen until their senior years. If a new study is a right, though, that’s actually not the case at all. Researchers at Simon Fraser University in Canada say their new study shows that cognitive abilities...
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Anti-Anxiety Medication Linked to Increased Risk of Death

A large-scale study has identified a connection between anti-anxiety medication, sleeping pills, and risk of premature mortality. Though scientists clarify the study proves correlation, not causation, the data results are still noteworthy for anyone already on or considering...
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New Blood Test Accurately Predicts Alzheimer’s, Researchers Say

A new blood test is making waves across the research community as researchers claim it can accurately predict whether or not a healthy person will ever develop Alzheimer’s disease. Alzheimer’s Blood Test Researchers interested in finding a way to test for Alzheimer’s lead...

Low Levels of Omega-3 Fatty Acids Linked to Brain Aging

Foods high in omega-3 fatty acids have long been praised as food vital to brain functioning. A new study found more evidence that points to the importance of omega-3 fatty acids in helping maintain brain health. Research Researchers analyzed data from a recent study called the...
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Diagnosing Alzheimer’s with an Eye Exam

There have been a number of different methods to diagnose Alzheimer’s suggested in the past several months. Photo therapy, blood sugar levels, and even sniffing peanut butter have all been floated as potential dementia detection tools. A new idea detailed at the Society for...

Exercising the Body Works the Mind, Too

The thought of Alzheimer’s or another type of dementia is frightening to nearly every one. Those who have seen family members or loved ones live through a dementia diagnosis often look to ramp up prevention methods. Brain Training Crossword puzzles and Sudoku are two of the most...
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Before You Decide on Dementia, Consider Vitamin B12 Deficiency

When a loved one begins displaying signs of dementia, it becomes very stressful for every one involved. Whether you are the one suffering from cognitive issues, you are the one tasked with the care of that person, or you are simply involved in the process, the whole situation can...
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