Top News: #Alzheimers

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www-usnews-comHome Safety Tips for Patients With Alzheimer’s Disease:

Safety concerns will change as Alzheimer’s disease progresses. The environment should be reviewed early and often, so the injuries in the home that can be prevented are prevented: Read more

 

 

 


how-to-identify-the-onset-of-alzheimers-disease_-600x400How To Identify The Onset Of Alzheimer’s Disease:

Every five years after age 65, your risk doubles. However, for people struggling with this condition, there may still be hope. Multifaceted early intervention, including medication and psychosocial interventions, can help slow down the progression of the disease and improve the person’s quality of life. To get help early for your aging loved ones, you need to know the early onset symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease: Read more

 


woman-smelling-flowerAlzheimer’s Risk Test: Noninvasive Odor Test May Help Screen For High-Risk Patients:

Because our ability to recall and identify smells — what scientists call the olfactory system — is known to decline along with our memories as we develop Alzheimer’s, though, researchers have theorized that our noses could serve as an early warning: Read more

 

 

 


warfarinDementia risk increased with use of blood-thinning drugs:

A new study reviewing medical data from 6,000 patients reports that individuals with atrial fibrillation who take anticoagulants are at higher risk of dementia than patients who take the blood-thinning drugs for other reasons: Read more

 

 


brain-by-reigh-leblanc-702x336Probiotics improve cognition in Alzheimer’s patients:

For the first time, scientists have shown that probiotics — beneficial live bacteria and yeasts taken as dietary supplements — can improve cognitive function in humans. In a new clinical trial, scientists show that a daily dose of probiotic Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium bacteria taken over a period of just 12 weeks is enough to yield a moderate but significant improvement in the score of elderly Alzheimer’s patients on the Mini-Mental State Examination (MMSE) scale, a standard measure of cognitive impairment: Read more

 

 

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