A Strawberry a Day Might Impact Symptoms of Alzheimer’s Disease

As we age, our risk for neurological disorders increases. It is part of life. Why do some people live past 100 years of age and never lose an ounce of brainpower or memory, and others can develop Alzheimer’s disease (AD) … Continue reading

A Simple B Vitamin Might Hold Great Promise for Parkinson’s Disease

Patients with Parkinson’s typically have a vitamin B3 deficiency. Many Parkinson’s symptoms are similar to vitamin B3 deficiency. An over-the-counter option, vitamin B3, cannot be patented, and clinical studies are expensive. Niacin Study https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fnagi.2021.667032/full. A small study was undertaken to … Continue reading

New Form of Vitamin B12 Protects Against Cognitive Impairment

Older adults can become deficient in vitamin B12 (VB12) and can result in Alzheimer’s-like symptoms. Give them a VB12 shot, and all is normal. VB12 does not cure Alzheimer’s disease. It only corrects the symptoms of VB12 deficiency. https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/alzheimers-disease/expert-answers/alzheimers/faq-20057895 Forms … Continue reading

Is There a Connection Between Parkinson’s Disease and the Pandemic Virus?

The COVID-19 virus has many unknowns. Why do some people spend days or weeks in a hospital and others show no symptoms? A large percentage of infected people lose their sense of smell and taste while others do not. A … Continue reading

New Parkinson’s Treatment May Have Healing Insights for Cancer

I research the cellular level of the body, looking for cause and effect relationships. Treat a cause and fix a problem. Treat a symptom and always treat that symptom. It appears that a process used to treat Parkinson’s might enhance … Continue reading

Type 2 Diabetes Poses Great Risk for Another Terrible Disease

A recent study in England found ‘convincing evidence that people with Type 2 diabetes (T2DM) have an increased risk of Parkinson’s disease. The Study https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2021/03/210308131716.htm  This week, scientists from the Queen Mary University of London released the results of their … Continue reading

Three Ways to a Healthier and Longer Life

Scientists know that stress, radiation, infection, inflammation, and diet affect our health and longevity. All diseases start at the cellular level with chronic low-level inflammation. Antioxidants do a decent job of controlling the exponential spread of free radical damage, but … Continue reading

New Test connects Dementia to Parkinson’s Disease

Approximately 50% of Parkinson’s patients develop dementia within ten years. Vision testing can predict the greater dementia likelihood in those with Parkinson’s disease (PD) up to 18 months in advance. Two studies confirm that vision degradation usually precedes the onset … Continue reading

New Diagnostic Tool for Parkinson’s Disease

Parkinson’s Disease (PD) is an illness of the central nervous system that affects movement. Dopamine levels in the brain drop below safe levels resulting in tremors, slow movement, stiffness, and loss of balance. PD cannot be cured at this time. … Continue reading

Ten Early Signs of Parkinson’s disease

Occasionally we may see a person with tremors, twitching, or shaking of the hands or other parts of the body. Some of us immediately jump to the diagnosis of Parkinson’s based on that single symptom. Yet, there may be other … Continue reading