Nuts and berries clean up the aging brain



In Germany, there is a snack called “Studentenfutter” which can be translated into English as “students’ food”. It simply consists of different nuts, raisins and other dried fruit. There are lots of … [Read more...]


Memory loss is not necessarily dementia



When we see an elderly person who is confused or incoherent, we tend assume it has something to do with senility or dementia. Loss of memory is not necessarily a sign of dementia and senility is not … [Read more...]


Can caffeine reverse memory decline?



Mornings aren't the same without a cup of coffee in hand. Whether it may be a broadsheet you have in front of you or your computer monitor, hold that coffee cup nice and tight because a new research … [Read more...]


Your brain needs good cholesterol, too!



It is well-known that high blood cholesterol levels are not good for the heart. Is is also quite known that high levels of low-density lipoproteins (LDL) - the bad type of cholesterol - can build up … [Read more...]


Symptoms of Alzheimer’s Disease



Research has shown that Alzheimer's disease begins long before symptoms begin to manifest.  Therefore, you need to act sooner rather than later if you suspect that your loved one may be Battling the … [Read more...]


Fighting The Good Fight – Promoting Alzheimer’s Awareness Month



By Sarah Shepherd In 1901, a German physician was presented with an unusual and never before seen case. His patient was a 51 year-old woman who seemed to be suffering from mental problems. In … [Read more...]


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