Share this to:

Support & Insight for the Autumn of Life

100 Years Of Alzheimer’s Progress

ALZHEIMER’S HISTORY VIDEO:

What progress have we made in the fight against Alzheimer’s Disease and dementia? What are the remaining challenges?


Subscribe
Notify of
guest

2 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
Laurie
Laurie
5 years ago

The video mentions we can reduce our risk by making lifestyle choices. Research has identified a dietary supplement that will lower the risk of getting Alzheimer's and has been shown to reverse the course of Alzheimer's. There are more lifestyle choices that will have a greater impact than what is mentioned in this video. Aerobic exercise, increasing your dietary silica intake, reducing your aluminum intake and sleep. https://www.hippocraticpost.com/nursing/why-everyone-should-drink-silicon-rich-mineral-water/

Anonymous
Anonymous
Reply to  Laurie
9 months ago

Doubtful. My wife suffered from AD and eventually succumbed to it. I tried many supposed “treatments” and “cures”. Nothing worked.

B. Berger

B. Berger

Visit Our Pages On:

Welcome

This site was inspired by my Mom’s autoimmune dementia.

It is a place where we separate out the wheat from the chaffe, the important articles & videos from each week’s river of news. With a new post on Alzheimer’s or dementia appearing on the internet every 7 minutes, the site’s focus on the best information has been a help to many over the past 15 years. Thanks to our many subscribers for your supportive feedback.

The site is dedicated to all those preserving the dignity of the community of people living with dementia.

Peter Berger, Editor

Related

a133-DNA-W160.jpeg
TREM2 Helps Break the Alzheimer's Code
See Dr. David Samati explain the important connection between the TREM2 gene and Alzheimer's disease. Read about its ...
1071.jpeg
ClockMe Computerized Dementia Self-Test Created at Georgia Tech
See Georgia Tech's simple-to-use computer program that allows adults to screen themselves for early signs of dementia.
a413-Stemcells-W160.jpeg
Princeton Fast-Tracks New Path for Treating Alzheimer's
Princeton University set its sights on preventing amyloid-beta plaque, the most notorious culprit behind Alzheimer's....

Books

Amazon Books
2
0
Would love your thoughts, please comment.x
()
x
News to Get at the Truth

Subscribe To Our Weekly Newsletter

Enjoy thought-provoking videos & articles
News to Get at the Truth

Subscribe To Our Weekly Newsletter