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Study: Small doses of lithium may slow Alzheimer’s disease progression

Study: Small doses of lithium may slow Alzheimer’s disease progression

Researchers at McGill University have discovered that small “microdoses” of lithium may slow the progression of Alzheimer’s disease, with the possibility of stopping it entirely. The full study was published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease.         Lithium is...
U.S. surgeons generals declare dementia a huge public health crisis

U.S. surgeons generals declare dementia a huge public health crisis

As a society, we can do better when it comes to caring for the elderly. Many people go about their daily lives without giving too much thought to the men and women who have paved the way before us, or those who are caring for them. There is a common misguided idea...
Working on relationship leads to better dementia care

Working on relationship leads to better dementia care

What makes dementia so devastating is that it diminishes the self, the mind and the body. The deterioration of the brain’s functions means a shift in behavior. What’s worse is that these effects on behavior are degenerative. This outcome puts a heavy load and strain...
A Mediterranean diet may reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s disease

A Mediterranean diet may reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s disease

We’ve all heard that a Mediterranean diet can offer dietary benefits that help your heart and lower your cholesterol, but now a new study has surfaced that suggests that a Mediterranean diet may also help slow cognitive decline in older adults and help delay the onset...

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