Monday, December 26, 2011

About Alzheimer's Disease: Alzheimer's and New Year's Resolutions

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From Esther Heerema, your Guide to Alzheimer's Disease
Are you making any New Year's Resolutions this year? People often resolve to get in better physical shape, but how about exercising your brain? This newsletter contains a few suggestions of how to stretch your brain with the goal of maintaining a healthy mind. Wishing you and yours a happy new year!

Mental Exercise: 12 Ways to CrossFit Train Your Brain
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6 Tips to Improve Your Memory and Recall
How can you improve your memory? If you're trying to learn something new or increase your ability to recall information, try these tips: Read More

New Drug Shows Significant Success in Treating Mice's Alzheimer's Symptoms
Several researchers have been working together and recently announced success in developing a drug that targets the symptoms of Alzheimer's disease in mice. They formed a drug called J147 that... Read more

Study: Non-Drug Therapy Effective for Stabilizing Dementia's Cognitive Symptoms
While there are some effective medications out there that slow the progression of dementia symptoms, all medication has the potential for adverse some side effects. So, new research that shows promise... Read more


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