Remarkable Results from a Drug That Treats Neurodegeneration in Alzheimer’s disease

I wrote an article recently (https://wp.me/p4ztmz-1wc) about how fisetin, a flavonoid found in strawberries and other fruits and vegetables, blocks pathways that allow Alzheimer’s disease (AD) to grow and thrive. Further study shows that a drug has been developed based … Continue reading

Do the Benefits of a Power Nap Add Value to Your Health?

I just finished an eight-minute nap less than an hour ago. It was 3:30ish in the afternoon when I awoke. It is not uncommon for me to take short naps two or three times a week. Many people want to … Continue reading

Do You Really Lose When You Snooze?

Most of us have heard the expression, “When you snooze, you lose!” Translated loosely, when a person does not pay attention or do something quickly, another person will do it instead and reap the rewards for taking advantage of the … Continue reading

Coronavirus Still a Neurological Threat to Survivors?

I read headlines this morning that over 80% of the hospitalized COVID-19 patients experienced neurological symptoms. That caught my eye and I read further. The symptoms experienced were headaches, dizziness, impaired sense of taste, and smell. I thought these symptoms … Continue reading

Forgetful Lately?

In 2012, Australian researchers began a study to determine the impact of sugar on the brain. 249 people in their early 60s had brain scans and were monitored for four years. Brain scans done after four years indicated significant brain … Continue reading