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Can Pine Bark Save the NFL?

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The research is clear: Concussions early in life can cause dementia years later. The problem is so serious in the NFL that the league is spending over $700 million in court-ordered payments to retired football players suffering brain impairment.1

Some players have prematurely quit because of worries about dementia. And recently, even an announcer quit over the issue. ESPN analyst Ed Cunningham said he no longer wanted to promote a sport that causes brain damage.

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Glen Campbell’s Death: How Did Alzheimer’s Kill Him?

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When Glen Campbell made the brave decision six years ago to reveal to the public he had Alzheimer’s disease, he knew his life was likely coming to an end.

But he didn’t know how he would die. That’s because Alzheimer’s itself does not kill a person.1

Alzheimer’s destroys nerve connections in the brain. This makes it progressively more difficult to do ordinary things like move around, swallow, and feed yourself.

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Natural Supplement Promises to Prevent and Treat Alzheimer’s

In All Health Watch, Alzheimer's and Memory, Anti-Aging, Cognitive Health, Diet and Nutrition, Featured Article by INH Research0 Comments

Can a compound found in strawberries keep your mind sharp into old age?

A new study by the famed Salk Institute has found that a strawberry extract stops cognitive decline by preventing brain cell inflammation that usually occurs with aging.1

Excited scientists believe it may be a major breakthrough in preventing and treating conditions like Alzheimer’s.

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