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Scientists Discover Big Clue On How Caffeine Wards Off Alzheimer’s

There have been many researchers in the past who have attributed both health risks and benefits to the intake of caffeine.  New research has indicated small doses of caffeine might actually ward off the symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease. This research was reported in the journal Neurobiology of Aging.  French and German researchers spearheaded the study […] Read More >>

A Dementia That Rivals Alzheimer’s Strikes Before Age 65

The assumption by many is that memory impairing diseases only affect those age 65 and older.  However, these diseases are being diagnosed much earlier in life with other forms of dementia besides Alzheimer’s included.  NBC recently wrote an article detailing one of these forms of memory impairment called frontotemporal dementia or FTD. What is FTD?  […] Read More >>

Women: Alzheimer’s More Likely Than Breast Cancer

In a startling report by the Alzheimer’s Association, new figures indicate that women 60 and older have a 1 in 6 chance of getting Alzheimer’s disease in their lifetime.  Women are twice as likely to develop the disease over breast cancer.  These new figures not only further compound the thought that those living with Alzheimer’s […] Read More >>