Alzheimer’s

The Mayo Clinic Study on Aging showed that eating too many calories each day raises the risk for memory loss and mild cognitive impairment (MCI) in people 70 and older. MCI is the stage between normal memory loss in aging and early Alzheimer’s disease. Staying slim can protect your brain.   … Read More

A study from the University of South Florida and the University of Miami concluded that drinking moderate amounts of coffee daily can reduce your risk for Alzheimer’s or delay its onset. With Alzheimer’s disease, plaques and tangles accumulate in the brain killing nerve cells and their connections. This leads to progressive and irreversible memory loss. … Read More

Weighing too much increases women’s risk of Alzheimer’s disease. Being overweight can damage blood vessels, including those in the brain, which play a role in the development of the Alzheimer’s. … Read More

Weighing too much increases women’s risk of Alzheimer’s disease. Being overweight can damage blood vessels, including those in the brain, which play a role in the development of the Alzheimer’s. … Read More