Tag: Alzheimers

Shrinking Brains and ‘Silent Strokes’ Studied


December 30th, 2011 New findings in Alzheimer’s disease support longstanding notions of what doctors have preached for years. The studies look at associations, not causes, but they further scientists’ pursuit of preventing the fatal brain disease. It’s no secret that a healthy diet high in omega-3 fatty acids and rich in vitamins found in fruits […]

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Don’t let brain cells die without a fight!


From: AIM Article Archives November 2008 Alzheimer’s disease is now the most common form of dementia, a term that refers to the loss of memory and other intellectual abilities. Alzheimer’s occurs as a result of dying brain cells. As we age, the brain, along with the rest of our body, changes, and we can often […]

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