Tag: early dementia

2018 HNL Topic Index

(month, page number)

Beverages

Sugary Drinks: Declining, but Not Fast Enough? (Feb., 1)
Coffee and Health (Feb., 2)
Should You Drink Your Fruits and Vegetables? (March, 6)
Is it Safe to Drink Diet Soda? (March, 8)
Caffeine Without Sleeplessness (April, 1)
What is A2 milk? (July, 8)
Avoiding Dehydration (Aug., 6)

8. Helping Yourself

Although there is still no cure for dementia, our growing knowledge of the factors involved in its development have demonstrated that the lifestyle choices we make help to reduce our personal risk. Furthermore, you don’t have to be in your twenties for those changes to have an impact. A groundbreaking

6. Diagnosis

Alzheimer’s disease begins with mild symptoms and gets worse over time. Some people are aware of the cognitive decline, while others are not. In many cases, relatives and friends first notice a problem. If you suspect that you or a loved one has cognitive impairment, see a physician. A primary

Newsbites: Diabetes Treatment; Quinoa; Alcohol Abuse; Fiber

New Diabetes Types Could Guide Treatment
Researchers in Sweden have reclassified diabetes into five different types, each with unique characteristics that could help doctors to identify people most at risk of diabetes complications and treat the disease more effectively.
In the conventional diagnosis, there are two types of diabetes. Type 1 usually

Think Positive for Better Health as You Age

Recent research is just the latest to suggest that seniors who have positive beliefs about old age are less likely to develop dementia. This protective effect was found for all the study participants, as well as those carrying the APOE e4 gene, which raises the risk of dementia. “Being happy

Boost Your Brain Health Now

An estimated 5.5 million Americans are living with dementia, and about 47 million display some evidence of preclinical Alzheimer’s disease (AD). Many of the latter will not progress to dementia in their lifetimes—however, the search continues for improved methods of identifying those who will develop symptoms, and interventions that can

6. Diagnosis

Alzheimer’s disease begins with mild symptoms and gets worse over time. Some people are aware of the cognitive decline, while others are not. In many cases, relatives and friends first notice a problem. If you suspect that you or a loved one has cognitive impairment, see a physician. A primary

8. Helping Yourself

Dementia isn’t predestined, or inevitable. No matter what your age, you can intervene to stall or stop the process of cognitive decline. The Lancet International Commission on Dementia Prevention, Intervention, and Care reported at the 2017 Alzheimer’s Association International Conference that more than one-third of all dementia cases worldwide could

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