Multiple studies are now linking Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia and cognitive decline to the bacteria that cause gum disease – Porphyromonas gingivalis.
Tagged: Alzheimer’s disease
Are you worried about getting Alzheimer’s disease? Or perhaps you believe you are showing some signs of memory loss? New book exposes the real causes and natural solutions for the most dreaded form of dementia.
The pharmaceutical industry’s newest Alzheimer’s drug has failed to help patients. This negates the hypothesis that amyloid causes Alzheimer’s. Too bad no one’s talking about proven natural solutions. Well, almost no one.
Not so long ago glyphosate was considered a safe herbicide. This is now in question as it has been labeled a “possible carcinogen” and its major brand has been found to be 125 times more toxic than glyphosate alone.
A plethora of research links fat-soluble toxic chemicals to neurological diseases such as Alzheimer’s disease, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), autism and other forms of neuropathy.
New research has found that poor sleep increases the risk of Alzheimer’s disease, increases the risk of dying from the disease, and increases the risk of Lewy body dementia.
Popcorn and movies seem to go hand in hand. And popcorn – if it is made right – can be super-nutritious. But does movie popcorn contain genetically modified corn? The answer might surprise even the healthiest non-GMO proponent.
Researchers from the University of Oxford have determined that B vitamin supplementation can slow and possibly reverse the progression of Alzheimer’s symptoms along with cognitive impairment.
Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia related to inflammation among brain tissues, and classic mental diseases such as schizophrenia and depression are also being connected to brain inflammation.
A series of lawsuits – the largest in sports history – have now been filed by thousands of NFL players for long-term brain damage. Is the NFL really liable for player concussions? Who is ultimately responsible?
Research links Alzheimer’s disease to diet and exercise – two of the most changeable areas of our lifestyle.