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How the Loss of Memory Works in Alzheimer’s Disease, and How Understanding This Could Help You by Bob DeMarco Patient Expert Posted Tue 25 Jan 2011 12:00am “First in, last out ... Last in, first out” I learned a while back how the expression “first in, last out and last in, first out” describes how the loss of memory works in patients suffering from Alzheimer's disease. By Carole B. Larkin The expression, First in, last out ... Last in, first out, is a short way of exp ... Read on »
How the Loss of Memory Works in Alzheimer’s Disease, and How Understanding This Could Help You by Bob DeMarco Patient Expert Posted Wed 19 Jan 2011 12:22pm “First in, last out ... Last in, first out” I learned a while back how the expression “first in, last out and last... Comment, share, react. Read on »
Naturally occurring plant alkaloids could fend off potential loss of memory by Bob DeMarco Patient Expert Posted Fri 27 May 2011 7:57pm A family of naturally occurring plant compounds could help prevent or delay memory loss associated with Alzheimer's disease... Alzheimer's Reading Room Harmine A family of naturally occurring plant compounds could help prevent or delay memory loss associated with Alzheimer's disease, according to a new study by ... Read on »
Perception, Loss of Memory, and the Brain by Bob DeMarco Patient Expert Posted Sat 12 Jul 2014 2:35pm Alzheimer’s Disease plays serious havoc with the hippocampus causing it to shrink. This hippocamal atrophy leads to memory impairment and memory loss. By Elaine C Pereira Alzheimer's Reading Room The premise of the TNT series Perception surrounds  Dr. Daniel Pierce, a brilliant schizophrenic neuropsychiatrist. Because of his precise pow ... Read on »
M.S., Parkinson's, or Simply Lyme Disease? by NatashaCall Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 4:47pm Have you been experiencing symptoms of illness, knowing that something is wrong but the doctors cannot seem to find the answer and have begun looking at you as a psycho case? The symptoms constantly change and migrate. They may begin as nagging nausea or swollen lymph nodes for long periods of time, but then you find that you ... Read on »
Mediterranean Diet vs (Loss of) Memory by Alvin B. Lin Medical DoctorHealth Maven Posted Thu 02 May 2013 3:00am It never ceases to amaze me but I keep getting asked which is the best diet.  Both patients & physicians want a definitive answer, even those who attended the recent American Academy of Family Physicians' Geriatric Medicine conference held in Santa Ana Pueblo, NM last week.  Whether for fat loss, muscle gain, heart disease, diabetes, etc, w ... Read on »
Mediterranean Diet vs (Loss of) Memory Part 2 by Alvin B. Lin Medical DoctorHealth Maven Posted Thu 23 May 2013 3:00am Pop quiz: what's better than a population-based cohort study?  A randomized controlled trial!  So think back to just  3 weeks ago when a population-based cohort study was published in Neurology concluding that the Mediterranean diet was linked to lower risk of cognitive impairment.  But if you'll recall, such studies fall under the rubric o ... Read on »
HOW TO PREVENT LOSS OF MEMORY by Tatjana-Mihaela Posted Thu 10 Jun 2010 6:38am Majority of people are very afraid of loosing memory and getting dementia in older age. When we see old people completely confused with destructed functions of brain and bodies, all of us secretly wish that something like that never happens to us. Can we prevent the worst possible effects of aging that affect our brain functions? Yes we can, b ... Read on »
Sacrifice. Honor. Loss. Memorial Day 2009 by Dr. Deb Patient Expert Posted Mon 25 May 2009 11:08pm Powering down to honor those who served and died fighting for our country.  Wishing peace to us all, everywhere. Read on »
What is Frontotemporal Dementia? by Bob DeMarco Patient Expert Posted Mon 05 Oct 2009 10:01pm Frontotemporal dementia (FTD) is a cluster of progressive diseases that affect the regions of the brain that control personality, behavior, language, and decision-making. Frontotemporal dementia is often misdiagnosed as a psychiatric problem or as Alzheimer's disease. Frontotemporal dementia tends to occur at a younger age than does Al ... Read on »