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Increasing your Steps per day will Decrease Dementia

Increasing your Steps per day will Decrease Dementia

A new study showed that increasing your steps per day will decrease dementia. This study was originally published in JAMA Neurology on Sept. 6, 2022. Results of the study showing that increasing your steps per day will decrease dementia 78 ,430 adults in the UK aged 40 to 79 years wer
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Personality Traits Determine whether or not you Get Dementia

Personality Traits Determine whether or not You Get Dementia

A new study showed that personality traits determine whether or not you get dementia or Alzheimer’s disease. Almost 2000 subjects from the Rush Memory and Aging Project, which followed adults from the Chicago area, were examined. The study started in 1997. Notably, the researche
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When too much Napping is Bad News

When too much Napping is Bad News

A new study measured napping in older people and found a fact when too much napping is bad news. People who nap too much during the day may start displaying symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease later in their lives. The researchers observed 1,400 people between the ages of 74 and 88 (avera
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A Lack of Sleep can Lead to Alzheimer’s Faster

A Lack of Sleep can Lead to Alzheimer’s Faster

A study published in July 2021 showed that a lack of sleep can lead to Alzheimer’s faster. Essentially this was a study of 4425 cognitively unimpaired participants. It showed that people who sleep shorter than 6 hours develop increased β-amyloid in the brain. This was tested with the
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Eating Foods High in Bioflavonoids Can Prevent Alzheimer’s

Eating Foods High in Bioflavonoids Can Prevent Alzheimer’s

We heard before that eating foods high in bioflavonoids can prevent Alzheimer’s. But now a large study that went on for almost 25 years involving 75,000 participants confirmed the previous finding. Indeed, there is a review of the study by CNN. Dr. Walter Willett, professor of epidemi
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The Benefits of Having a Nap

The Benefits of Having a Nap

A recent CNN article described the benefits of having a nap. When you had poor sleep in the previous night, a noonday nap is a great way to recharge your energies. But many people chronically get less than 7 or 8 hours of sleep at night, so they are always sleep-deprived. They, too ca
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Cold Shock Protein from Cold Water Exposure May Cure Alzheimer’s

Cold Shock Protein from Cold Water Exposure May Cure Alzheimer’s

New research from the University of Cambridge showed that cold shock protein from cold water exposure may cure Alzheimer’s disease. Cold shock proteins were first detected in bacterial cultures when the temperature was dropped from 37 degrees Celsius to 10 degrees. Subsequently resear
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Gum Disease is a Risk for Alzheimer’s Disease

Gum Disease is a Risk for Alzheimer’s Disease

A study from July 2020 confirmed that gum disease is a risk for Alzheimer’s disease. This study was based on the third National Health and Nutrition Examination Surveys (NHANES III, 1988-1994). Researchers followed more than 6000 patients for up to 26 years. The degree of chronic ging
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Target 12 Risk Factors Throughout Life to Prevent Dementia Later

Target 12 Risk Factors Throughout Life to Prevent Dementia Later

At the 2020 Alzheimer Disease Conference the recommendation was to target 12 risk factors throughout life to prevent dementia later. 28 world-leading experts on Alzheimer’s disease added 3 new risk factors to the previously established 9 risk factors for dementia: excessive alcohol in
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New Insights into Alzheimer’s Disease

New Insights into Alzheimer’s Disease

Notably, research from Bonn, Germany and Rome, Italy has led to new insights into Alzheimer’s disease. In particular, this review summarizes it. We know from many other studies that Alzheimer’s disease is a neurodegenerative disease that interferes with the normal function of the brai
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