Alzheimer's

Brisk Walk Can Help In Alzheimer's Disease

Brisk Walking Can Help In Patients Suffering From Alzheimer's Disease; Pollution Doubles The Risk For Older Women?

By Carrie Winters - Mar 02, 2017 07:55 AM EST

A study indicates that frequent brisk walks can help aid Alzheimer's. It also can slow down memory loss for people who are suffering from the disease.

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'Alzheimer's' Treatment Updates: Flickering Lights Possible Treatment In The Future? What We Need To Know!

By Carrie Winters - Dec 09, 2016 10:07 AM EST

There is a new research done to mice that flickering lights can treat Alzheimer's disease. The flickering lights are seen to reduce the toxic proteins that are seen in Alzheimer's.

Alzheimer's Patients

Memory Loss Associated With Alzheimer's Disease Can Be Reversed

By Dipannita - Jun 21, 2016 10:00 AM EDT

Memory loss that occurs in patients with Alzheimer's disease can be reversed up to some extent through diet and lifestyle-related changes. These are the findings of a new research conducted by a team of researchers in the United States.

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Eye Scans for Alzheimer's disease May Detect Earlier Symptoms of Disease

By Jenn Loro - May 17, 2016 01:59 PM EDT

Newly developed eye scan called optical coherence tomography (OCT) may offer new hope of detecting early signs of Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. By assessing beta-amyloid protein buildup in the retina, doctors may now have enough time window to prepare for a treatment before the onset of major symptoms.

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Alzheimer's Disease Can Be Prevented With Exercise

By Jenn Loro - May 03, 2016 12:56 PM EDT

A new study links physical activities to lowered risks of having memory impairments like Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. The study reveals that the more physically active a person becomes, the more grey matter he has- grey areas are regions in the brain responsible for many of our critical cognitive functions like speech and memory.

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Skin Disorder, Rosacea May Have Links to Alzheimer’s

By Jenn Loro - May 02, 2016 11:42 AM EDT

A Danish-led study by researchers at the University of Copenhagen suggests links between Rosacea, a skin condition characterized by facial redness, and high risks of Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. However, experts are quick to note that absolute risk for neurodegenerative diseases among Rosacea patients remains low.

Brain

New Brain Map Indicates Spots Where Words Are Stored Inside Your Head

By R. Siva Kumar - May 02, 2016 09:15 AM EDT

Researchers create a map of the human brain showing how we organise words based on their meaning.

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NFL Rumors: Early Retirement Is The New Norm In The League: Find Out Why

By Jenn Loro - Apr 10, 2016 03:47 PM EDT

Early NFL retirement is becoming a trend among the current generation of players as public knowledge of concussion-related health conditions grows. Rather than suffer the irreversible effects of head trauma for the rest of their lives, some players decide to hang up their cleats before it’s too late.

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Cancer Meds Sharpen Memory in Dementia Study

By Deepthi B - Oct 06, 2015 01:44 PM EDT

According to a recent research conducted by Rutgers University and published in the Journal of Neuroscience, the drug RGFP966 primarily used to treat cancer, appears to have the potential to keep the brain cells alive and enhance memory.

Wine and Chocolate

Red Wine And Chocolate Compound May Fight Alzheimer's Progress, Study

By R. Siva Kumar - Sep 14, 2015 09:31 AM EDT

Scientists discover that a compound present in red wine and chocolate may slow down the progress of Alzheimer's.

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Red Wine Can Fight Alzheimer's If You Can Down 1,000 Bottles A Day!

By Peter R - Sep 13, 2015 05:17 PM EDT

In participants with Alzheimer's who were given resveratrol equivalent in quantities found in 1,000 bottles of red wine a day, the progress of dementia was halted.

A woman, suffering from Alzheimer's desease, walks in a corridor on March 18, 2011

Alzheimer's May Get Transmitted Through Surgical Instruments, Scientists

By R. Siva Kumar - Sep 11, 2015 10:38 AM EDT

Studies indicate that tiny, harmful proteins may be getting transferred through medical instruments.

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Brain Spot Helps You To Remember

By R. Siva Kumar - Aug 23, 2015 06:07 PM EDT

Research shows how the brain can build memory maps in order to help it retrieve stored information.

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Super-Intelligent Mice Created By Scientists, Can Treat Brain Disorder

By R. Siva Kumar - Aug 15, 2015 01:09 PM EDT

Blocking a single gene has helped scientists to make mice less fearful and anxious, and also smarter.

Coffee

Two Cups Of Coffee A Day Can Protect Brain Against Alzheimer's: Study

By Peter R - Aug 03, 2015 04:48 PM EDT

A new study claims that people who consume more than two cups or avoid coffee have higher risk.

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