Three Important Reasons Why You Should Get a Medical Second Opinion
...determine whether someone has Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia for which the potential medications may be very different. Another condition that can be difficult to diagnose is multiple... Read More
Get your kids moving to improve their thinking skills
There’s been a good deal of recent research on the positive effect of exercise to help improve brain health and ward off dementia in adults, but does exercise help the... Read More
The essential 2015 health-planning checklist
...your risk of heart disease, dementia and other serious health problems? Are you following a healthy eating plan? Do you get enough sleep each night? If you have a family... Read More
5 ways to load up on antioxidants this Thanksgiving
...food is metabolized into energy. Over time, free radical damage increases the risk of cancer, heart disease, Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, Parkinson’s disease and other chronic diseases. However, adequate consumption of... Read More
5 tips for early prevention of age-related cognitive decline
...later dementia and stroke. Such a program may include: Physical activity Nutritional guidance Meditation Cognitive stimulation Treatment of apnea or other sleep problems. All of these lifestyle adjustments can not... Read More
What can your teeth and gums tell you about your overall health?
...which may negatively affect the brain and drive the development of dementia. There is a strong body of research linking diabetes to gum disease, and the connection goes both ways.... Read More
Over 50 and getting too little sleep? You may be raising your risk of chronic disease.
...stroke, COPD, kidney disease, liver disease, dementia, Parkinson’s disease, arthritis, and diabetes. At age 50, for those getting less than five hours of sleep per night, the increase in risk... Read More