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Tag Archives: Alzheimer’s Research
Researchers are using a sniff test to identify the disease
What if you could detect the early stages of Alzheimer’s using only your nose? A group of researchers is developing a new odor test that they think could help doctors identify patients who have the disease. In two recent studies, researchers discovered … Continue reading
Researchers in the U.K. discover which blood type has the lowest risk for Alzheimer’s disease
The longer we live, the greater the likelihood we will develop some type of cognitive decline. The brain, like our other body parts, isn’t immune to the eventual decline on the road to death. While it is virtually inescapable the … Continue reading
Patricia Ris of Memory Care Cafe talks about how to stay healthy while you are in the early stages of this disease
Today SevenPonds speaks with Patricia Ris, the program director and founder of Memory Care Cafe. Her San Francisco-based program teaches people with Alzheimer’s how to stay involved in their communities and maintain an active lifestyle. The group focuses on people … Continue reading
Cutting-edge stem cell research study at Harvard reveals the discovery of a protein from the blood of those younger that can completely reverse body and mind changes that occur during aging
If we are lucky enough to live a long life, aging — and the standard decline in physical activity combined with an increase in chronic and ultimately deadly illnesses — guarantees an appearance in our lives at some point. While … Continue reading