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New Film About Reaching Inside and Not Losing an Alzheimer's Dementia Loved One "Inside My Being" a film from the inside point-of-view of a Dementia/Alzheimer's patient "Inside My Being" a powerfully emotional short film about the relationship between a mother and daughter a ...
Aug 27 2010 7:37am
Report: More than 5 million living with Alzheimer's More than 5 million Americans are living with Alzheimer's disease, a 10 percent increase since the last Alzheimer's Association estimate five years ago -- and a count that supports the long-forecast d ...
Mar 20 2007 12:27pm
Lower risk of developing Alzheimer's disease with Mediterranean diet Mediterranean diet may reduce the risk of developing Alzheimer's disease. A team of scientists from Columbia University in New York found out that a diet rich in fruit, vegetables and fish and poor ...
Apr 15 2010 9:51am
New Treatment for Alzheimer's Living with the everyday strain of a difficult health condition or disease can be overwhelming but there is hope. Many are still unaware that there is relief from symptoms and improvement in functio ...
Mar 04 2009 4:07am
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Feb 17 2010 12:14pm
Mediteranean diet is helpful for Alzheimers Research has shown that a mediteranean diet can is helpful for people with Alzheimers. The study followed people with the disease for four years. Those that ate a diet similar to the mediteranean ...
Mar 09 2008 10:55am
I know that the Mediterranean diet also includes lots of olive oil (instead of cooking wit ... more
Mar 11 2008 10:03am
Stress Linked to Memeory Loss Staying healthy and happy could be one of the best ways to combat memory loss, according to researchers at the Rush Alzheimer's Disease Center, Chicago. People who are prone to anxiety and depressio ...
Jul 31 2007 3:29pm
Do the Right Thing for Your Brain People who are conscientious and prone to "doing the right thing" are less likely to develop Alzheimer's disease as they age, according to a long-running study of Catholic nuns, priests and brothers ...
Oct 05 2007 1:31pm
I've also read before that people who are life-long learners and strive to add new skills ... more
Aug 24 2008 5:13pm
Eat more fruits & vegetables Summer is a prime season to enjoy fresh-from-the-garden produce. One of the smallest summer fruits, blueberries, are packed with nutrients and flavor for a relatively low amount of calories and sugar. ...
Jul 08 2007 4:55pm
very good and informative , eating fruits and vegetables is always good for our health and ... more
Feb 17 2009 10:03pm
Caffeine May Reduce Memory Decline Among Elderly A new French study has found that coffee might be good not just for a morning fix but for preserving the memory and cognitive skills of older women. The study, which observed more than 7,000 elderly ...
Aug 13 2007 5:59pm
Exercise Makes You Smart! Oh thank goodness because all those reps had me wondering if it was all really worth it. Newsweek is reporting that physical activity actually boosts brain power. Charles Hillman, of the University ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
I'm so glad to hear that. So many people stuff themselves with supplements trying to impr ... more
Dec 06 2007 4:28pm