Elderly Health

Alzheimer’s Disease Causes and Cure

The most common form of senile dementia is Alzheimer’s disease (AD), which accounts for as much as 60 to 70 percent of this problem among seniors. Approximately 4.5 million people in the United States live with AD, and since symptoms are typically noticed after age sixty, that number is expected to rise as more baby boomers move into their sixties and beyond. It is estimated, based on current projections, that by the year 2050 more than 13 million Americans will have this disease.

menopause symptoms

Strictly speaking, the term menopause does not refer to a process but simply to the very last menstrual cycle of a woman’s reproductive life.

Reading a book

New research have found that changes in eye movements when reading any kind of materials may be connected to deterioration in working memory and an early sign of Alzheimer’s disease according to a study written in the  Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology.

Disgusting Delicacies: The 5 Most Disgusting Things in Your Food

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The FDA has decided that partially hydrogenated oil and major source of the Trans fats…

Ibuprofen Kills More Than Pain, What Is The Alternative?

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Pain and unhealthy levels of inflammation are fast becoming default bodily states in the…

Gestational Diabetes: Diabetes During Pregnancy

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We all know that staying healthy and making smart choices during pregnancy is important…

What’s The Deal With Sexting?

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The number of people sex messaging is through the roof! I’m just kidding; it’s not…