10 Hidden Signs of Alzheimer’s That Everyone Ignores (And How to Prevent It)

Alzheimer’s develops slowly, says Deborah Halpern, of the National Family Caregiver Alliance, in Kensington, Maryland. Like the fog in Carl Sandberg’s poem, it “comes on little cat feet.” We had trouble distinguishing Alzheimer’s from normal age-related changes. But if you know what to look for, dementia is different from normal aging. Anyone can misplace their … Read more

Follow This Advice To Prevent Alzheimer’s Naturally

No one fully knows what causes Alzheimer’s but the research community is beginning to feel it’s at least driving in the right neighborhood. Current thinking suggests that the disease results from a complex dance between several partners: lifestyle factors such as food choices, environmental factors such as educational level and previous head injuries, and a … Read more

5 Powerful Calming That Can Relax The Body And Restore Mental Wellness

By Letha Hadady, DAc For many of us, getting comfortable is often the subject of daydreams or relegated to weekends or vacations. Common signs of discomfort, such as stiffness, insomnia, depression, chronic pains, and early signs of aging, are ways our bodies communicate the need for action to support our health and wellness. The truth … Read more

11 Doctor-Recommended Diets To Fight and Prevent Alzheimer’s

11 Memory-Boosting Diet Recommendations By Richard Isaacson, MD, and Christopher Ochner, PhD At the 2012 Clinical Trials on Alzheimer’s Disease Conference held in Monte Carlo, Monaco, we presented groundbreaking new evidence based on recent clinical trials showing that specific nutritional interventions can significantly improve memory function in patients with Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and those with … Read more

Stop taking statins! Study finds they cause “Alzheimer’s-like” symptoms

By Erin Quinn The notion that high cholesterol causes heart disease has allowed doctors to write millions of prescriptions for cholesterol-lowering drugs called statins that can reduce the risk of it. That seemingly indisputable notion has long suffered from an inconvenient fact: Half the people who have a heart attack don’t have high cholesterol. So, … Read more