In a breakthrough study, scientists say they the key to treating Alzheimer’s may be something that just about everybody already has in their medicine chest. A common over-the-counter remedy has been found to reduce the brain plaques that cause the brain illness.
As we get older, most of us suffer from “tip-of-the-tongue syndrome” from time to time.
This is when you can’t think of something… the right word, a fact, or someone’s name.
Cholesterol has been demonized by mainstream doctors for decades. They urge us to keep our total cholesterol numbers low. And if we don’t, they tell us we need a statin drug.
But studies show that statins do not help seniors with moderately high cholesterol avoid heart attacks. And statins have troubling cognitive side effects in seniors. They can increase the risk of memory loss and Alzheimer’s.… Read More
Research on alcohol and health has been all over the place.
Some studies have shown moderate drinking is beneficial for heart health and longevity… Others show that even small amounts of alcohol might increase cancer risk.1
But a new study provides strong evidence that a couple glasses of wine a day help your brain. It shows that moderate amounts of alcohol help your brain remove dementia-causing waste products.… Read More
A new study finds that adding one spice to your daily diet can improve your memory by 28%.1
As we age, many of us encounter a decrease in our recall powers. Researchers believe the culprit is inflammation that leads to the development of brain plaques.2
The plaques are composed of proteins called tau and amyloids. As they accumulate, brain cell signaling gets slower, leading to memory problems.… Read More