Drug-induced Parkinson’s is only one of the possible side effects of antipsychotic meds. New research finds an ancient herbal medicine reverses Drug-induced Parkinson’s and treats a number of other mental conditions, including schizophrenia and dementia.View More Herbs Treat Drug-Induced Parkinson’s, Schizophrenia
New research finds that whole wheat reduces inflammation in the gut and improves our microbiome. And high fat diets increase inflammation – even in the brain – and hurt our microbiome.View More Whole Wheat Reduces Inflammation and Improves Microbiome
New research has found that eating more nuts and adhering to the Mediterranean diet can significantly reduce cognitive decline separately or together.View More Mediterranean Diet Slows Cognitive Decline, Alzheimer’s
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.View More Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia Linked to Poor Sleep
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.View More B Vitamins Slow Grey Matter Loss and Alzheimer’s Progression
Research from the Mayo Clinic has found that adults who have abnormal sleeping habits and the associated disruptions of their daytimes have a greater risk of developing dementia and mild cognitive impairment later on.View More Dementia and Cognitive Decline Linked to Sleep Disorders
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?View More Who is to Blame for Brain Damage to Football Players?
Research links Alzheimer’s disease to diet and exercise – two of the most changeable areas of our lifestyle.View More Alzheimer’s Linked to Diet and Exercise