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New Discovery: 11 'Risk Genes' for Alzheimer's

A groundbreaking new study shows that over 20 genes are Alzheimer's risk genes involved with the development of the disease. Learn more about your risk.

The Stigma of Alzheimer's and Dementia: How to Cope

Coping with the Stigma of Dementia

Inheriting Alzheimer's...ppl don't realize how young you can develop this disease as well.

ppl don't realize how young you can develop this disease as well. Start taking Low dose Lithium Curcumin & Vitamin D now!

"How Vitamin B Slows Alzheimer’s Progression" published on Alzheimers.net, found “B-vitamin supplementation can slow the atrophy of specific brain regions that are a key component of the AD process and that are associated with cognitive decline.”  B consumed in diet and unmethylated supplements do not work with common genetic polymorphisms such as MTHFR, which is something to consider when choosing your b vitamin therapy.

A new study conducted by Oxford’s Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences has found that vitamin B plays an important role in the slowing of Alzheimer’s Disease.

Alzheimer's Disease: Symptoms and Prevention Infographic

The public demand for education on Alzheimer's disease and nutrition has risen exponentially in the past decade mostly due to the increase in research with scientific evidence of nutrients that promote Alzheimer's prevention.

Science of Alzheimers Infographic

10 Proven Ways To Help Prevent Dementia

We’ve started a list of Alzheimer’s and dementia resources to act as a guide for anyone who wants to get involved in the fight against Alzheimer’s, from fundraising for a cure, to learning about how to cope with difficult behaviors and raising awareness about the disease. A PLACE FOR MOM 09.23.17 #Stagesofdementia

We’ve started a list of Alzheimer’s and dementia resources to act as a guide for anyone who wants to get involved in the fight against Alzheimer’s, from fundraising for a cure, to learning about how to cope with difficult behaviors and raising awareness about the disease. A PLACE FOR MOM 09.23.17 #Stagesofdementia

Playing brain games 'of little benefit', say experts - BBC News

Playing brain games 'of little benefit'

Brain training games may not provide the benefits to brain health they claim to, according to experts. Instead, a report from the Global Council on Brain Health recommends that people engage in stimulating activities such as learning a musical instru.

Enhance Inhibition associated with brain dysfunction With CogniFit.

Inhibition is a big part of your executive functions. Learn what it is, examples, disorders such as disinhibition or poor inhibitory control, how to assess and improve it.

Why people with OCD often struggle with moral dillemas more than the Average Joe

Why Some of Us Fret More Over Moral Dilemmas

Definition of Psychology; Historical antecedents of Psychology and trends in the century; Psychology and scientific methods; Psychology in relation to other social sciences and natural sciences; Application of Psychology to societal problems.

People who have Alzheimers and Dementia can Suffer Frightening Nights-- Learn what you can do to help!

Alzheimers and Dementia can Cause Sundowners and Frightening Nights

Every person with Alzheimer’s disease experiences the disease differently, but patients tend to experience a similar trajectory from the beginning of the illness to its merciful end. The precise number of stages is somewhat arbitrary. Some experts use a simple three-phase model (early, moderate and end), while others have found a granular breakdown to be …

Every person with Alzheimer’s disease experiences the disease differently, but patients tend to experience a similar trajectory from the beginning of the illness to its merciful end. The precise number of stages is somewhat arbitrary. Some experts use a simple three-phase model (early, moderate and end), while others have found a granular breakdown to be …

A new study from UCLA concludes that memories may be able to be reinstated after Alzheimer's disease. Learn more.

A study from UCLA concludes that long term memories may be able to be reinstated in those with Alzheimer's disease.

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