Aging, dementia and alzheimer's disease

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Common drugs may cause cognitive decline in the elderly - two Science Daily reports - January and June 2009

Memory and the brain – new discoveries: a report showing the benefits of a diet high in fish (DHAs) and omegas can help against deterioration of the brain in the aging human – Dr Stephen Cunnane 2007


First Published in 2007


Research Reports


Low-protein diet slows Alzheimer's in mice. February 2013

B-complex vitamins may help slow progression of dementia October 2010

B vitamins slow brain atrophy in people with memory problems. September 2010

Curucmin, Indian spice reduces Alzheimer's symptoms by 30% July 2010

Research Suggests Marine Oil may Prevent Alzheimer's Disease February 2010

L-methylfolate, methylcobalamin, and N-acetylcysteine in the treatment of Alzheimer's disease-related cognitive decline. January 2010

Blueberry Juice Improved Memory In Older People January 2010

Caffeine Reverses Cognitive Impairment and Decreases Brain Amyloid-β Levels in Aged Alzheimer's Disease Mice July 2009

Apple Juice Delays Onset Of Alzheimer's Disease In Mouse Model January 2009

Sufferers Of Dementia Benefit From Mix Of Taiji, Cognitive Therapy And Support Groups December 2008

Alzheimer's Symptoms, Lesions Reduced By Vitamin B3 November 2008

Brain Inflammation Speeds Dementia. September 2008

Regular exposure to safe low level infra-red light can reverse the effects of dementia and memory loss January 2008

Laboratory tests on monkeys show early lead poisoning may boost Alzheimer's brain chemicals years later January 2008

New study documents improvement in Alzheimer's disease January 2008

Low level infra red light could help reverse the biological clock for dementia patients January 2008

Swedish study suggests people with asthma, rhinitis or eczema may face a slightly increased risk of dementia in later life January 2008

Clinical study shows that daily supplementation improves cognitive function in older adults experiencing early memory decline December 2017

New research suggests that drinking too many sugary sodas may increase a person's risk for developing Alzheimer's disease December 2007

Chromium Picolinate Improves Cognitive Function December 2007

Regular Acupressure Can Significantly Reduce Agitated Behaviour In Dementia January 2007

Parasitic worms and inflammatory diseases. October 2006

Treatment of Alzheimer-type dementia with intravenous mecobalamin (B12) . June 1992


First Published in December 2007


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