Monthly Archives: August 2014

Vitamin D Levels Linked to Alzheimer’s Disease Risk

A new study out of the University of Exeter Medical School in England has found a significant correlation between low Vitamin D levels and increased risk of Alzheimer’s Disease. Researchers looked at blood levels of Vitamin D in over 1600 … Continue reading

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Alzheimer’s Drug Tested in Mice Seems to Really Work

It is no secret that the medical industry has had significant difficulty identifying drugs that might slow or reverse the devastating process of Alzheimer’s Disease. However, recent research on mice seems to be promising! Many brain┬ádisorders (Alzheimer’s Disease, Parkinson’s Disease, … Continue reading

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The Benefits of Coffee

Who knew? Humans actually absorb antioxidants from coffee more readily than from fruits and vegetables, leading researchers from across the country to believe it’s health promoting effects may outweigh possible risks of caffeine. In one of the most recent studies … Continue reading

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The Aging Brain Prefers Morning Tasks

A recent study conducted at the University of Toronto confirms what many seniors already know – cognition just seems to be easier in the morning. The study looked at two groups of participants – one elder and one younger, and … Continue reading

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