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Brains & Blueberries

Blueberries can significantly improve cognitive performance within hours of consumption. Watch Dr. Greger on NutritionFacts.org to see how much.

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Play 3-D Video Games & Fight Dementia

Don’t put that controller down just yet. Playing three-dimensional video games – besides being lots of fun – can boost the formation of memories, according to University of California neurobiologists.

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September is World Alzheimer’s Month

START WORLD ALZHEIMER’S MONTH WITH A HEALTHY DEMENTIA-FIGHTING INFOGRAPH & VIDEO.
Prevent dementia. Learn how to lower your Alzheimer’s risk. Be good to your brain this World Alzheimer’s Month.

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Cynicism Triples Dementia Risk?

In a study on health & cynicism, people were asked how much they agree with statements such as, “I think most people would lie to get ahead,” and “It is safer to trust nobody”. The clear connection between their answers and their risk of dementia may startle you.

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A Happy Partner Leads to Less Dementia

Researchers find optimistic people contribute to the health of their partners, staving off risk factors leading to Alzheimer’s disease, other dementias and cognitive decline as they grow old together.

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“I Want to Go Home” Dementia Tip

TEEPA VIDEO: What do you do when someone with dementia insists on going home, again and again? Watch Teepa Snow do it with style, in yet another great care video.

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A Grandchild for One Day Keeps Dementia Away

An intriguing study of 120 grandmothers might surprise you. Doctors know socially engaged people have better cognition and less dementia. But can a person get too much of a good thing? What’s the right balance?

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Red Plates for Eating with Dementia

If you couldn’t see your mashed potatoes,  you probably wouldn’t eat them. That’s why what “The Red Plate Study” found was astonishing! Alzheimer’s patients eating from red plates consumed 25 percent more food than those eating from white plates. Find out why.

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Is Alzheimer’s Catchy?

It looks like a sneeze cannot give anyone Alzheimer’s. While Alzheimer’s abnormal disease proteins do spread from cell-to-cell, they are not “infectious”. Check out the facts.

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