Pages tagged with Alzheimers Disease

You either love them or you hate them but the fact remains this little berry is bursting with goodness
This article reports about a success story of a man with Alzheimer's who had electrical brain stimulation.
New technology is pointed toward electrical brain stimulation for patient's with Alzheimer's.
There are so researchers who feel that the current research on alzheimer's is being led down the wrong path.
It's My little sister's birthday and mom is having a party. I learn more about my Great-Grandmother.
If you had a disease would you want your doctor to tell you that you have it? What about if you were elderly and you found out that forgetting where you put your keys every day isn't a coincidence? Would you want your doctor to tell you that you have Alzheimer's disease? Would you pla...
Winter is a time for cold and snow related accidents, be careful when you go out in the cold.
Alzheimer's disease is the most common form of dementia. The disease is growing and much research is being done to hopefully one day completely understand the disease and its treatment.
Alzheimer's disease is the most common form of dementia. The disease is growing and much research is being done to hopefully one day completely understand the disease and its treatment.
Alzheimer's Disease is a form of dementia which effects seniors and also some younger people.
Alzheimer's disease is a continual burden on home care patients. Their tendency to roam and forget where they are makes GPS tracking devices an important tool inline with their care.
This piece gives basic helpful ideas on how to treat a family member or friend who has Alzheimer's disease. It is a progressive disease and so the patient may get worse. How do you watch a loved one become forgetful, have behavioral issues, and can't cope with day-to-day routine.
We are all born--i.e. (re)incarnate--to experience the world. It is toward deeper down our twilight years from our salad days that the mystery begins to unfold, the deterioration of physical strength and specially mental functioning. - Jamie Sentana-Ries-Cortez
Dementia is a fact of life for many, even most, families. It is devastating on a personal level to the victim and to the family. Look, up close, and understand.
This page includes a poem I wrote about Dementia as I have witnessed it.
In today's concluding installment from Chapter 13, my 82 year old dad experiences a severe stroke right at the end of the school year which begins our "Summer from Hell" as Nancy and I rush off to his bedside.
Alzheimer's is a primary neurodegenerative disorder that usually appears after age 65, although it can occur in younger people. When a person has Alzheimer's disease, undergoes microscopic changes in the tissue of certain parts of your brain and a loss, gradual, but steady, a chemical...
In recent clinical trials conducted by researchers from Oxford University, it was discovered that vitamin B, when taken in large doses, may slow down the progression of Alzheimer's disease.
These are my thoughts as my husband and I await the phone call from the nursing home while my mother in law is breathing her last breath on this earth. We visited her yesterday but my husband can't take another day off except for her funeral or he would be fired from his job.
I wrote this poem in 2001 after my mother was diagnosed with mild beginning alzhiemer's. Since that day I have lost two Aunts to Alzheimer's. Mom is 87 and living with me. She is only now beginning to forget things. I came across a poem yesterday by Judy Ellen titles Alzheimer's......
Mutations in our DNA occur everyday. Oxidative damage can increase the number of random mutations and be detrimental to our health. This article will explain how exposure oxidative products can lead to serious diseases such as Parkinson's disease and Alzheimer's disease.
A article talking about what is being sprayed in our skies.
Socially active people were not easily stressed have 50% lower chances of developing dementia
The end of a life...without ever realizing that you lived, is a hard thing. And sometimes, it's the smallest things that help you cross to the other side...
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