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1. Shifting Eating Habits For Better Health

Ready to Shift?
You don’t have to overhaul your eating habits overnight or give up all of the foods you love to attain good health. Instead, think about making small shifts in your diet or eating pattern to incorporate heathier options. If you make small, positive changes in the way you’re

An Overview of Dementia Medications

An Overview of Dementia Medications

Alzheimer’s disease treatment is, in many respects, still a question in search of a definitive answer. No Alzheimer medication can halt the forward progress of the disease or prevent its ultimate devastation on the lives of those who have it.

Yet Alzheimer dementia medications are available that can help relieve some

Alzheimer’s Disease: Predictors of Progression to Severity

Certain neuropsychiatric symptoms (NPS), such as agitation and aggression, psychosis, and apathy/indifference, as well as cardiovascular variables, stroke and apolipoprotein (ApoE) status, are indicators of a more rapid decline into severe dementia and earlier death among certain patients. These are patients diagnosed with “Cognitive Impairment, No Dementia” (CIND), and “Mild

5. Detecting Alzheimer’s

Alzheimer’s research has made great strides in recent years. Scientists have found new ways to diagnose the disease while it’s still in its early stages. Blood tests and brain scans may be able to spot the presence of beta-amyloid and other Alzheimer’s markers before symptoms appear. And although no definitive

3. Who is at Risk for Alzheimer’s Disease?

A good deal of research has been done to try to pinpoint who is at greatest risk for getting Alzheimer’s disease. Simply getting older raises your risk, but age alone does not mean a slow decline toward dementia. Beyond age, there are certain factors that may further increase risk. Most

Chronic Fatigue Symptoms, Risks, and Causes

Chronic Fatigue Symptoms, Risks, and Causes

Day after day, you find yourself struggling to overcome exhaustion, find energy, maintain a steady effort at work, maybe even to stay awake. If you can relate, then you may be battling what’s known as chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS).

What exactly is CFS? It’s debilitating disorder involving unyielding fatigue that doesn’t

Online Brain Training May Boost Your Thinking Powers

A recent study suggests that playing online games that challenge reasoning and problem-solving could benefit your thinking powers as you age. As well as being the largest randomized study to show promise for computerized brain training, this also is the first study to evaluate its impact on how well people

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