Health/Nutrition 21 December '16
It is possible to prevent brain aging by eating more green leafy vegetables and antioxidants, a recent study shows.
Mind 20 December '16
This drug not only slows down memory loss, but even restores it.
Medicine 19 December '16
Research reveals that medical marijuana paves a way for the treatment of Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease.
Mind 11 December '16
There are many science-backed, proven ways that can prevent Alzheimer's or slow its effects - from foods to activities to supplements.
Health 28 November '16
On May 11, 2016, little Carter Sarkar of California was diagnosed with a fatal "Child Alzheimer's" disease, otherwise known as Sanfilippo Syndrome.
Books 25 November '16
Former Wisconsin Governor Martin Schreiber was inspired to write a book about his role and experience as a husband and a caregiver to his wife who is suffering from Alzheimer's disease. The book is titled “My Two Elaines.”
Mind 22 November '16
Researchers are learning that it may be possible to prevent or delay the symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease through a combination of healthy habits.
SPED Kids 20 October '16
A new study found that folinic acid can improve autistic kids' language and communication skills. Folinic acid is a reduced form of a B vitamin called folate, which is naturally found in foods such as vegetables, fruits, nuts, beans, peas, and grains.
Autism 30 September '16
Texas lawmakers are being urged to expand the Compassionate Use Act for other medical conditions such as autism. Medical marijuana involves using the whole unprocessed marijuana plant or its basic extracts to treat or manage a disease and its symptoms.
Medicine 29 September '16
A group of researchers from University College London may have found a way to reverse memory loss due to Alzheimer's disease.
Body 13 September '16
The Mediterranean diet involves high consumption of vegetables, fruits, legumes, whole grains, and lean sources of protein such as chicken, fish, and turkey. Olive oil, canola oil, avocado, and nuts serve as the sources of the Mediterranean diet's healthy fat.
Mind 12 September '16
Some foods purposefully boost brainpower and make people feel focused and clear-headed. A balanced lifestyle that involves ample amounts of exercise and sleep also benefits the brain.
Mind 10 September '16
A busy brain requiring more food occurs even though no physical activity was done. Binge eating is typically unnoticed by people as they struggle to fulfill academic and work obligations and keep up with their social lives.
Dads 31 August '16
The actor passed away at the age of 83 on Aug. 29 at his home in Connecticut.
Body 30 August '16
Low Alzheimer's risk can be attained by consuming fruits, grains, vegetables like legumes, fish, and low-fat dairy products. An additional 50 percent reduction in Alzheimer's risk was observed in people who commit to diets with low meat consumption such as India's.
Body 12 August '16
A Mediterranean diet involves high consumption of olive oil, vegetables, fruits, legumes, and whole grains, while avoiding processed food and sugar. Following this diet means favoring lean sources of protein like chicken, turkey, and fish instead of red meat.
Mind 28 July '16
Alzheimer's disease is a tragic illness that frightens many Americans. It is scary to end up in the home of the elderly but it is more dreadful to end up remembering nothing even your own face.
Health/Nutrition 26 July '16
A new diagnosis has been developed by a group of researchers that will look at mood and behavioral changes of people to determine if they are at risk of developing dementia.
ADHD 22 July '16
Akili Interactive Labs has raised millions of funds as it continues to develop a video game to treat ADHD.
Body 19 July '16
A group of scientist reveals that they can possibly slow down the development of dementia.
Medicine 19 July '16
Testing in humans for an Alzheimer's disease vaccine could just be years away.
Health/Nutrition 14 July '16
A new study shows that the e4 gene variant of APOE in children's brains triggers Alzheimer's disease effects as early as childhood. The children with e4 gene have poor memory and thinking skills.
Mind 14 July '16
University of Minnesota researchers have recently found a simple and inexpensive eye test that can help diagnose and treat Alzheimer’s disease. This inexpensive retina imaging test was made possible through the use of a machine vision camera’s spectral imaging system.