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Aluminum contamination implicated in dementia and bee deaths

6/22/2015 - An insect form of Alzheimer's disease caused by aluminum contamination may be one of the causes behind an ongoing decline in populations of bees and other pollinators, according to a study conducted by researchers from the universities of Keele and Sussex and published in the journal PLOS ONE. The...

Poor sleep, low blood oxygen levels linked to brain abnormalities associated with dementia

5/26/2015 - Constantly stressed about something that prevents you from getting a decent night's sleep? Rather watch a late-night movie in bed than snooze? People may want to rethink these habits, as their brain health depends on it. More importantly, those who suffer from health conditions that prevent them from...

Researchers warn about overprescription of psych meds for dementia and recommend holistic approach

4/10/2015 - A recent report from the U.S. Government Accountability Office addresses the bombastic overuse of anti-psychotic medication for suppressing behavior problems in dementia patients. The report finds that one-third of elders with dementia who stayed in a nursing home in 2012 were prescribed an anti-psychotic...

Over-the-counter medications eat your brain, say scientists

2/17/2015 - Common over-the-counter medications with anticholinergic effects, even ones as common as those designed to treat allergies, may seriously harm brain health. In fact, so severe are their consequences that they've been identified as playing a role in the development of dementia, including Alzheimer's...

Hay fever medications increase risk of Alzheimer's and dementia

2/17/2015 - A new study is linking commonly used medicines, which include over-the-counter treatments, of ailments like hay fever and insomnia to dementia and possibly Alzheimer's disease. According to the BBC, researchers in the study noted that all of the medications examined are drugs that produce an "anticholinergic"...

New study shows these common over-the-counter drugs linked to Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia

1/28/2015 6:56:32 PM - A new study clearly shows common over-the-counter medications widely used for asthma, allergies, and insomnia increase the risk for dementia. The study also found that the risk may not be reversible, even after several years off of these medications. The drugs studied are anticholinergic drugs, which...

Walnuts, social activity and cognitive exercise help stave off dementia

11/17/2014 - Those looking to find ways to stave off dementia as they enter old age have just received a double-dose of good news. Two recent studies have indicated a couple of methods which offer significant protection for the human brain against the onset of Alzheimer's disease. One of the studies finds...

Yoga found to benefit dementia patients as well as their caregivers

10/20/2014 - Yoga provides people with a multitude of benefits to their overall health, improving everything from mood and circulation to energy levels and aches. While most people are aware of this, they may not be privy to the fact that it's also been shown to help those suffering from dementia, such as Alzheimer's...

Healthy diet at midlife lowers risk of dementia by 90%

9/22/2014 - While studies in the past have acknowledged the role that specific foods play in mental wellness and the reduction of age induced problems such as dementia, a new study looks at the diet as a whole. The findings are a strong indicator that what you eat during midlife will have a powerful impact on...

Vitamin D deficiency more than doubles risk of Alzheimer's, dementia

8/13/2014 - The most comprehensive study yet to be conducted on the subject has revealed that vitamin D levels really do affect dementia risk. An expert, multidisciplinary team of researchers hailing from some of the best schools in the world found that elderly folks severely lacking in vitamin D are more than...

Dementia prevention: coconut oil continues succeeding; Big Pharma keeps failing

7/20/2014 - There have been three attempts since 2012 to create an effective and not too terribly toxic pharmaceutical solution to Alzheimer's. They all failed and even caused worsening conditions with an occasional death during testing. A few years ago Dr. Mary Newport's discovery of using coconut oil to reverse...

Study shows highly-cynical people may be at increased dementia risk

6/4/2014 - While factors such as smoking, elevated blood pressure and high cholesterol are linked to developing dementia (and other health problems of course), a new study has found that having a cynical outlook on life can also contribute to the onset of the memory-robbing disease (1). In a study that Anna-Maija...

Exercise halts 'dementia gene' from being expressed, keeps your brain healthy

5/6/2014 - Dementia is the sixth-leading cause of death in the U.S. today, and experts say the next generation could see twice as many people suffering from it, particularly in old age. But avoiding the brain-deteriorating disease could be as simple as remembering to exercise just a few times a week, according...

Well done and overcooked meats greatly raise the risk of developing dementia and diabetes

3/4/2014 - Scientists have known for the better part of the past decade that cooking meats with high heat and grilling or barbequing dramatically increases the risk of developing colon cancer, as the heterocyclic amines that occur with overcooking disrupt normal cellular metabolism during digestion. It should...

'Dementia Village' offers natural alternative to soul-crushing nursing homes

2/26/2014 - A small village in the Netherlands just outside of Amsterdam provides a home for people with dementia, a place that doesn't confine them to a small area or force them to live in sterile hospital conditions. Residents need fewer medications and are able to live in comfortable apartments tailored to their...

'Dementia Village' offers natural alternative to soul-crushing nursing homes

2/26/2014 - A small village in the Netherlands just outside of Amsterdam provides a home for people with dementia, a place that doesn't confine them to a small area or force them to live in sterile hospital conditions. Residents need fewer medications and are able to live in comfortable apartments tailored to their...

'Dementia Village' offers natural alternative to soul-crushing nursing homes

2/26/2014 - A small village in the Netherlands just outside of Amsterdam provides a home for people with dementia, a place that doesn't confine them to a small area or force them to live in sterile hospital conditions. Residents need fewer medications and are able to live in comfortable apartments tailored to their...

Aluminum intake leads to dementia; silica intake decreases risk

1/21/2014 - How much aluminum is in your drinking water? It's hard to tell, but in a 15-year study on French elderly men and women, regular consumption of tap water was associated with aluminum toxicity and increased prevalence of dementia. How might the accumulation of aluminum from just tap water alone affect...

Want to save your brain from dementia? Hit the treadmill and pump some weights

1/13/2014 - The longest-ever study examining the effect of lifestyle choices on chronic disease has concluded that moderate exercise may be the single most effective way to prevent dementia. "What the research shows is that following a healthy lifestyle confers surprisingly large benefits to health," lead researcher...

Five lifestyle behaviors lower dementia risk by 60 percent, way more than any drug or allopathic advice

12/18/2013 - As we approach an epidemic in the number of newly diagnosed cases of dementia, including Alzheimer's disease, irrefutable evidence continues to emerge supporting the science behind following simple lifestyle modifications to dramatically lower the risk of developing memory-robbing illnesses and most...

Dementia epidemic looms as number of sufferers expected to more than triple by 2050

12/17/2013 - More people than previously thought are believed to be suffering from some form of dementia, says a new report issued by Alzheimer's Disease International (ADI). The latest estimates reveal that as many as 135 million people globally will be suffering from the disease in 2050, a 17 percent increase...

Five warning signs of dementia

10/17/2013 - Changes in an individual's walking, chewing, sleeping and how they feel can be early indications of dementia. Dementia is the ongoing loss of cognitive skills due to brain cells being destroyed. Symptoms include memory loss, changes in personality, personal hygiene neglect and trouble socializing. The...

Ten foods to help reduce the risk of dementia and Alzheimer's

10/4/2013 - The incidences of dementia and Alzheimer's in the United States are anticipated to increase along with people's longevity. A study indicated that the direct and indirect medical costs in the country may be expected to double by the year 2040. The rising number of incidences of these mental conditions...

Research links hypoglycemia to dementia in later life: Control your blood sugar while you still can

6/24/2013 - Hypoglycemia may increase the risk of dementia and vice versa, according to a study conducted by researchers from the University of California-San Francisco and published in the journal JAMA Internal Medicine. The study was conducted on people with diabetes, who are who are paradoxically among those...

Turmeric produces mind-blowing recovery from dementia symptoms, multiple case studies show

6/19/2013 - If you or a loved one suffers from Alzheimer's Disease or some other form of dementia, there is hope and healing to be found in turmeric. Based on the recent findings of three independent case studies, turmeric, whose primary active ingredient is curcumin, has the power not only to heal both the behavior...

Coconut oil can stop dementia and Alzheimer's disease

3/7/2013 - You can prevent (and reverse) dementia, Alzheimer's disease, ALS, multiple sclerosis, plus many other neurodegenerative disorders by eating coconut-related foods. This is not just a "health nut" making these claims - it's all backed by scientific research and touted by many natural healthcare professionals...

Help prevent dementia and Alzheimer's with these five foods

2/20/2013 - According to the figures, some 20 million Americans either suffer themselves from Alzheimer's disease or some other form of dementia, or have a family member who does. And as the current generation of "baby boomers" ages into its senior years, this figure is only expected to increase dramatically. But...

Second-hand smoke increases risk of severe dementia

1/19/2013 - Exposure to secondhand smoke significantly increases a person's risk of developing severe dementia, according to a study conducted by researchers from China's Anhui Medical University and researchers from U.S. and U.K. universities, and published in the journal Occupational and Environmental Medicine. Secondhand...

Vitamin B-12 deficiency signals cognitive decline and dementia risk in elderly

1/11/2013 - Loss of cognition and the ability to form new memories affects the daily lives of an ever increasing number of aging adults. Often, this decline is the first sign of dementia and can lead to more serious illnesses, including Alzheimer's disease. Many forward thinking practitioners and alternative health...

Dementia risk linked to feelings of loneliness, not lack of social ties

12/14/2012 - Studies have linked factors such as living alone or a lack of social connections to an increased risk of dementia. But according to a study published in the Journal of Neurology Neurosurgery and Psychiatry, it is actually feelings of loneliness, rather than any of these objective external factors, that...

A workout a day keeps dementia away

11/24/2012 - It's common knowledge that exercise is good for the body. Regular exercise aids in reducing the risk of heart attack and stroke, among other important benefits. New research now shows, though, that exercise can prove to be a very vital factor in the lessening or prevention of cognitive impairment. Doctors...

Berry consumption linked to lower risk of cognitive decline and dementia in the elderly

11/22/2012 - Incidence of cognitive decline leading to dementia and Alzheimer's disease is rising at unprecedented levels among those aged 65 and older. Many people fear the myriad of memory-robbing forms of dementia more than a diagnosis of cancer. Blueberries and strawberries, which are high in flavonoids that...

Urgent warning: Widely used sleep, anxiety drugs double chance of dementia

10/9/2012 - There is probably no more dreaded illness associated with getting older than Alzheimer's disease (AD) and other forms of dementia - and the number of people with this identity-destroying, mind-robbing horror is growing. The increase is mostly blamed on the aging population but that doesn't explain why...

Big Pharma fumbles with toxic dementia drugs while ignoring natural remedies

11/8/2011 - Alzheimer's disease is becoming an epidemic among baby boomers. But mainstream medicine cannot reverse Alzheimer's. They do offer medications intended to make dementia more bearable, but with unbearable side effects. Meanwhile, Big Pharma's quest for patents ignores evidence of a few safe natural substances...

Study shows negative mindset dramatically increases risk of dementia

10/24/2011 - Loss of cognitive function, most commonly associated with Alzheimer's disease, instills feelings of fear and insecurity more than any other chronic condition, including a cancer diagnosis. Researchers publishing in the journal Neurology, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology, found...

More evidence Alzheimer's and other dementia can be prevented: save your brain by preventing diabetes

9/20/2011 - Currently, an estimated 24 million people world-wide are living with Alzheimer's disease or some other type of the mind and personality-robbing affliction known as dementia. And the numbers keep climbing. But why? Mainstream medicine puts the blame on the fact people are living longer and genetics offers...

Physical activity and lifestyle changes cut Alzheimer`s dementia risk in half

8/18/2011 - Would you be willing to make six simple lifestyle changes if you knew you could lower your risk of developing Alzheimer`s disease by 50%? Researchers publishing the result of a study in the journal Lancet Neurology found that the exploding incidence of this horrific form of dementia is due in large...

New research shows dementia is preventable with natural means

8/10/2011 - To hear many people in the mainstream media as well as mainstream medicine describe it, dementia is something similar to a curse: you will get it or you won't, so all you can do as you get older is just wait and see. Fortunately, evidence is mounting that shows this simply isn't so, and healthy and...

Head injuries from war and football may increase dementia risk

7/29/2011 - Head injuries incurred in war and also in football may significantly increase the risk of developing dementia later in life, according to two recent studies: The Australian reports. Research at San Francisco Veterans Association Medical Center found that older war veterans who sustained traumatic...

AIDS drugs linked to premature aging, dementia, and heart disease

7/16/2011 - A study recently published in the journal Nature Genetics explains that nucleoside analog reverse-transcriptase inhibitors, or NRTIs, which are drugs used primarily in Africa and other developing regions of the world to treat HIV and AIDS, are responsible for causing heart disease, dementia, premature...

Omega-3 fatty acids lower heart disease and dementia risk markers

5/9/2011 - Researchers publishing in the journal Nutrition show that Omega-3 fatty acids found in fish and natural foods including nuts and seeds can lower levels of dangerous homocysteine, an amino acid linked with increased risk of cardiovascular disease and dementia. Reviewing data from eleven trials including...

Senate Aging Panel blows whistle on over drugging dementia patients

3/1/2011 - Pharmaceutical companies view the elderly as a lucrative market. However a panel of experts at the recent Senate Aging Committee forum decided to speak up. Over-medication occurs far too often in those diagnosed with dementia, the panel warned, and as baby boomers age the problem will only worsen. One...

Scientists admit dementia not a normal part of aging, refuse to acknowledge known causes

2/20/2011 - Contrary to popular belief, dementia is not a normal part of the aging process. The condition, which most often plays itself out in the form of Alzheimer's disease, is an abnormal neurological condition that is likely caused by a combination of factors, including but not limited to things like fluoride...

B vitamins proven to slow progression of dementia, Alzheimer's

1/16/2011 - Mega-doses of B vitamins may significantly slow brain shrinkage and slow the progression of dementia, according to a study conducted by researchers from Oxford University and published in the journal PLoS One. "This is a very dramatic and striking result," lead researcher David Smith said. "It's...

Green tea better at preventing cancer and dementia than previously thought

1/12/2011 - For years, NaturalNews has covered the mounting research linking green tea and its extracts to a host of disease-fighting benefits -- from halting the progression of chronic lymphocytic leukemia (http://www.naturalnews.com/029055_leukemia_green_tea.html) and reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease...

Resveratrol and grape seed extract fight against heart disease, dementia and aging

11/2/2010 - It`s important to understand that many of the top 10 killer diseases have one metabolic factor in common. Heart disease, diabetes, cancer, Alzheimer`s disease and the process of aging are all accelerated by wild blood sugar swings that lead to insulin resistance. Humans have not evolved to consume a...

Treating dementia costs more than one percent of global economic output

9/22/2010 - The costs associated with treating dementia represent more than one percent of the world's gross domestic product (GDP), says the 2010 World Alzheimer Report. In other words, if dementia was its own country, it would be the world's 18th largest economy -- and costs are only expected to continue rising. According...

Dementia is Reversible, Part II: Natural Remedies

1/1/2010 - Natural methods can be used to avoid or improve dementia symptoms. Part I examined how diet plays a key role in improving the symptoms of dementia, but diet is only the first step in avoiding or treating dementia. Removal of Gas Appliances: There is some evidence to suggest that fossil fuel-powered...

Dementia is Reversible, Part I: Diet is the Key

12/21/2009 - Anyone who has been affected by dementia or who has watched a loved one live with this condition can attest that this is perhaps one of most frightening diseases in the world. Dementia can be a symptom of a specific disease like Alzheimer`s disease, but many feel that dementia is not a symptom but "the...

Flavonoids From Fruits, Veggies Help Halt Dementia and Alzheimer's

12/2/2009 - Evidence continues to mount that the family of plant compounds known as flavonoids can help slow or even halt the progression of Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia. Flavonoids are a family of chemicals that have been widely studied for a variety of health benefits. They are powerful...

Aluminum is Potential Cause of Thirty-Five Million with Dementia Worldwide

9/22/2009 - A recent report found that 35 million people around the world have Alzheimer's or other forms of dementia. The number is expected to double every 20 years "unless there is a medical breakthrough." Dementia rates have grown 10% over what was predicted just a few years back, and this is attributed to...

Drug-Induced Dementia Common in Seniors

7/23/2009 - Many cases of senior dementia are actually caused by drug side effects and could be reversed with a change in prescription, reports the consumer advocacy nonprofit Public Citizen on its Web site WorstPills.org. "Sadly, doctors don't always recognize cognitive impairment as a side effect, so many...

Lack of Vitamin D Linked to Alzheimer's and Vascular Dementia

6/5/2009 - Researchers have found that low serum levels of vitamin D are associated with an increased risk for host of health problems ranging from diabetes and osteoporosis to depression, dental cavities and periodontal disease. What's more, in 2008, numerous studies concluded that people with higher serum levels...

Drinking Coffee Reduces Risk of Stroke, Cancer and Dementia

2/27/2009 - It's a pleasant surprise when something questionable turns out to be full of health benefits. First chocolate was found to prevent heart disease. Then red wine was shown to increase overall longevity. Now the spotlight is on coffee. Newly released studies reveal that coffee drinking lowers risk of stroke,...

Boost Your Memory with Brain-Boosting Supplements

2/25/2009 - Where did I leave my keys? Who am I supposed to call again? What did I mean by that scribbled note, anyway? Everybody experiences these incidents of forgetfulness. As we get older, these kinds of memory lapses can become routine, and are casually attributed to "advancing years" by many baby boomers,...

Studies Provide New Hope for Alzheimer's Patients

12/9/2008 - There's often little hope to be found about the mind-robbing disease known as Alzheimer's and other dementias linked to aging. But two new studies raise the possibility that there are ways to delay, lessen or even successfully treat dementia – including using non-drug approaches based on ancient meditation...

Processing Chemical Used in Tofu May Increase Risk of Dementia in the Elderly

11/20/2008 - Regularly eating high levels of tofu may increase the risk of the memory loss associated with dementia, according to a new study conducted by researchers from Loughborough University in the United Kingdom, and published in the journal Dementias and Geriatric Cognitive Disorders. Researchers investigated...

Dementia Slowed by Light Therapy

11/17/2008 - The cognitive decline caused by dementia can be slowed by as simple a measure as brighter daytime lighting, according to a study conducted by researchers from the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and published in the Journal of the American Medical Association. One of the most difficult symptoms...

Belly Fat Linked to Dementia, Alzheimer's Later in Life

11/7/2008 - People with large waistlines in middle age have three times the risk of developing Alzheimer's disease or other forms of dementia later in life, according to a study conducted by researchers from Kaiser Permanente and published in the journal Neurology. Researchers measured the abdominal fat levels...

Use of Bright Lighting May Improve Dementia Symptoms

8/13/2008 - The use of daytime bright lighting to improve the circadian rhythm of elderly persons was associated with modest improvement in symptoms of dementia, and the addition of the use of melatonin resulted in improved sleep, according to a study in the June 11 issue of JAMA. "In elderly patients with dementia,...

Taking Steps to Prevent Dementia in Old Age Is an Important Consideration

7/15/2008 - Research has found that high cholesterol levels in your 40's or younger increases the risk of dementia which includes Alzheimer's disease. Dementia is a syndrome which describes a disorder of memory, thinking and behaviour. It is caused by a number of serious diseases that destroy brain cells. Alzheimer's...

Anti-Psychotic Drugs Destroy Lives of Dementia Patients

6/26/2008 - Although not authorized for such use, anti-psychotic drugs continue to be used to sedate Alzheimer's and other dementia patients with potentially devastating consequences. Anti-psychotic drugs are designed for patients whose schizophrenia or bipolar disorder causes them to experience hallucinations...

People With Excess Belly Fat Are More Likely to Suffer From Dementia

4/23/2008 - A new study shows that middle-aged people with excess fat around the waist and belly are nearly three times more likely to suffer from dementia in their 70s and 80s than people with little to no belly fat. Dementia is a condition which causes memory loss, speech problems, and general brain and mind...

Acupressure could calm patients with dementia, study finds

2/6/2007 - The practice of acupressure might help calm people suffering from dementia, one study suggests. A Taiwanese study found acupressure might alleviate the agitations that people with forms of dementia like Alzheimer's go through. Acupressure is like acupuncture, only using hands instead of needles. People...

Speaking two languages into old age can stave off dementia, study finds

1/18/2007 - New Canadian research appearing in the February issue of the journal Neuropsychologia found that knowing two languages or more can postpone the onset of dementia in old age by more than four years. The researchers -- led by Dr. Ellen Bialystok of the Rotman Research Institute of the Baycrest Centre...

Fatty fish consumption found to slash risk of dementia, Alzheimer's

11/23/2006 - A new Tufts University study published in the November issue of the journal Archives of Neurology has found that people with diets high in fatty fish run a significantly lower risk of developing dementia and Alzheimer's disease. The study examined the diets and dementia levels of nearly 900 men...

Omega-3 fatty acids help prevent dementia, U.S. study suggests

11/16/2006 - A study by researchers at Tufts University in Boston has added to growing evidence that suggests increased levels of the omega-3 fatty acid docosahexaenioc acid (DHA) in the blood can significantly lower the risk of dementia and Alzheimer's disease. "Subjects with baseline plasma PC DHA levels in...

Exercise Reduces Risk for Dementia by 30% to 40%, New Study Finds (press release)

8/28/2006 - A large prospective study -- perhaps the most definitive yet of the relationship between exercise and dementia -- found that older adults who exercised at least three times per week were less likely to develop dementia than those who were less active (Article, p. 73). The study participants were 65...

Dementia is easily predicted by fundamental health statistics in middle age

8/4/2006 - By analyzing blood pressure, body mass index, cholesterol levels, gender, level of exercise, genetic factors, age and education, scientists say they have created a test to determine the chances of a person developing dementia in middle age. "The idea is to have a simple tool to predict the risk for...

Ovary Removal Surgery Elevates Risk for Dementia (press release)

7/26/2006 - Mayo Clinic researchers have found that ovariectomy, surgical removal of a woman’s ovaries, raises her risk of developing dementia or cognitive impairment. Risk is especially increased if a woman has her ovaries removed at a young age. The findings will be presented Wednesday at the American Academy...

Prediabetes linked with dementia, Alzheimer's

7/17/2006 - -- New research shows that prediabetes, a precursor to diabetes resulting from slightly elevated blood sugar levels, has been shown to greatly increase the risk of developing Alzheimer's disease. Researchers from the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm studied 1,173 people age 75 and older, including...

New Antioxidant May Help Prevent AIDS Dementia (press release)

7/10/2006 - A newly redesigned antioxidant may play a critical role in preventing HIV-1-associated dementia, says a University of Missouri-Rolla chemist. Her research will be published in an upcoming issue of the journal Experimental Neurology. “A third of the adults and half of the children with AIDS develop...

Health roundup: Dementia drugs, bullfights and teenage diabetes (satire)

2/9/2006 - Researchers have discovered that common prescription drugs (antidepressants, allergy drugs and more) cause side effects that mimic the onset of dementia. Well finally, this explains why patients who get on one prescription drug always seem to lose their minds and start popping five more drugs (all under...

Essential fatty acid phosphatidylserine (PS) is powerful prevention for memory loss, Alzheimer's and dementia

1/9/2006 - The link between old age and forgetfulness is cliché enough to be the subject of greeting cards, sitcoms and jokes. We take it for granted so often that very few of us take the time to question why it happens. However, experts may have found the answer in an essential fatty acid called phosphatidylserine....

How Acetyl-L-Carnitine prevents Alzheimer's disease and dementia while boosting brain function

12/7/2005 - Acetyl-L-carnitine may offer unprecedented hope for people suffering from Alzheimer's disease or the aftereffects of a stroke. The human brain is uniquely powerful and complex, but it is sometimes difficult for it to fully recover from damage. People who have been affected by stroke, traumatic brain...

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