Alzheimer’s / Dementia

Alzheimers

May 8, 2011
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The Alzheimers is a progressive dementia that has a deficit of memory as one of its earliest and pronounced symptoms. Usually the patient worsens progressively, showing perceptual problems, language and emotional as the disease is progressing. A neural level, the disease is associated with the development of plaques and tangles of fibers that are...

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Diet rich in fish oil may protect against Alzheimer’s

May 8, 2011
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However, this potential benefit is absent in individuals carrying a gene that makes them more likely to develop Alzheimer’s A diet rich in fish oils can protect against deterioration of brain functions and Alzheimer’s, according to a study by the University of Aberdeen (Scotland). The study, published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition,...

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A Few Signs of Alzheimer’s Disease

May 8, 2011
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As we age, mental function will usually decrease, and one will have difficulty learning new things. In Alzheimer’s disease, this forgetfulness goes a step further in negatively impacting one’s daily life and the lives around them. For this reason, identifying the early signs of Alzheimer’s is a mostly subjective process, which depends on one’s...

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