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The Bad & The Good in Statins & Alzheimer’s

Statins certainly seem to lower the risk of Alzheimer’s. On the other hand, they can sometimes cause temporary memory loss, which does go away if one stops the statins. Find out what you need to know to strike the right balance.

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Exit the ICU ASAP

Patients are leaving ICUs (Intensive Care Units) with deficits similar to mild Alzheimer’s disease that persist for a year. See the research and learn about the risks.

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5 Anti-Falling Tips

Falls are a preventable threat to the independence and health of those living with dementia. Arm yourself with the following fall prevention tips. Learn how you can reduce the risk of falls.

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Men Treat Stroke Faster than Women

Women with strokes caused by blood clots arrive at the hospital an average 27 minutes later than men, a delay that can damage brain cells and lead to vascular dementia. Read the startling statistics, and learn what to do about it.

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