The pH of the Brain Might Predict Alzheimer’s Disease Quicker Than Other Tests

One problem with Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is that neurological damage is done and may not be reversible by the time it is diagnosed correctly. Five years ago, Johns Hopkins Medicine scientists discovered the role of pH in the risk of … Continue reading

Will Stopping Inflammation Halt the Progression of Alzheimer’s Disease?

I gave a short talk today on Alzheimer’s disease (AD). I have written extensively on it over the past few years – nearly three dozen articles. So I gave thought to a spreadsheet listing the various causes of AD at … Continue reading

The Complexity of Treating Alzheimer’s Disease Requires a Broad Range of Effective Nutrients

There is not a single cause of Alzheimer’s disease (AD). As such, a single pill does not cure it or stop it. In addition, what might work well in treating inflammation is not effective in treating plaque or tangles. Current … Continue reading

Latest Alzheimer’s Drug Has Mixed Results but Points Scientists in the Right Direction

There was big news a short while back with the Alzheimer’s drug, aducanumab. Good and bad press along with a high price tag almost dooms this drug from most in need. It might be an excellent drug, but more testing … Continue reading

Memory Loss Associated with Alzheimer’s Reversed with New Experimental Drug

Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is a burden to the person, their family, and friends. Our family has seen instances with AD that nearly bring you to tears some days. Experiments done on laboratory animals prove that symptoms associated with AD can … Continue reading

Potential New Treatment for Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is the most common form of dementia. A United Kingdom study gives hope for a novel treatment for AD. Asthma Drug Off Label Use https://www.newsmax.com/scitech/asthma-drug-salbutamol-treatment/2020/07/08/id/976351/ links to a study done a few months ago that gives unusual … Continue reading

Closer to Diagnosing Alzheimer’s Disease Years in Advance

Alzheimer’s disease (AD) has been extremely difficult, if not impossible, to diagnose early – years before it manifests symptoms. There might be an opening with the help of Spanish scientists. Causes of Alzheimer’s disease One of the causes of AD … Continue reading

Treat Your Second Brain Better to Reduce Risk of Alzheimer’s

Health scientists have known for years that our gut is our second brain. There is an intricate connection between the gut and the brain. https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/health/wellness-and-prevention/the-brain-gut-connection Dementia Causes It seems that when not if we grow older our risk of developing … Continue reading

Another Step Closer to Predicting Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) is the most common disease associated with dementia. It affects over five million Americans. It has been a difficult disease to diagnose, even when people have early stages of cognitive difficulty. Recently published research in the Journal … Continue reading

What is Important to Know about Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease?

Medical News Today recently published information on both dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease (AD). I think that most of us have experiences with family and friends with impaired cognitive function. Is it dementia or AD or something else? Regardless of the … Continue reading