by James Hunaban - 2006-11-28
What is Alzheimer's exactly? This particular disease can be described as a progressive, degenerative disease of the brain; and also happens to be the most common type of dementia. It is a horrible pro...
by Joe Glickman - 2006-11-30
Alzheimer's is one of the major causes of dementia. Its victims first notice a gradual loss of memory. They forget names and appointments, cannot think as clearly and have an inability to make decisio...
by Dr. Paul Gross - 2006-12-01
Your brain is your greatest asset but it is also your body's most vulnerable organ. It requires constant support from other major organs and is your most susceptible organ to oxidative stress during a...
by Harriet Hodgson - 2006-12-04
My father-in-law is 98 1/2 years old and lives in one-room apartment on the Assisted Living floor of a retirement community. Dad relies on his walker to get around and he can't go far these days. Bu...
by Ben Franklin - 2006-12-05
All too often, people who suffer from Alzheimer's disease tend to become verbally or physically aggressive and abusive. This results in problems not just for them, but also those around them. It happe...
by Phyllis Staff - 2006-12-05
Aluminum is one of the most plentiful minerals found on earth . . . and one of the most toxic to humans. Aluminum damages nervous systems in both infants and adults. It is implicated in anemia, oste...
by Alex Rider - 2006-12-08
Dementia is a term that describes the symptoms which appear when the brain of the sufferer is affected by particular conditions and diseases, e.g. Alzheimer's or a stroke. As with most problems, treat...
by Jonathan G. Michel - 2006-12-16
Seeing my uncle stricken with Alzheimer's at the age of 70, was a wake-up call, being just shy of 70 by 11 years. It led me to research the topic a little deeper to see how and if I could avoid it. So...
by Phyllis Staff - 2006-12-16
Melatonin, commonly used to combat jet lag, has been around as a supplement almost 50 years, but researchers around the world have only recently identified it as a powerful weapon in the fight against...
by Piers Crispin - 2006-12-22
Alzheimer's disease affects up to 4 million people in the US, with almost 10% of those aged over 65 and almost 50% of those aged over 85 suffering from Alzheimer's. But the good news is that a recent ...