Early detection of Alzheimer’s could be as easy as smelling peanut butter. Every 67 seconds someone in the United States is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and over 5 million Americans now are living with it, reports the Alzheimer’s Association. Researchers continually explore ways to diagnose the disease to hopefully find a cure. Peanut butter sensitivity tests Graduate student … Read Full Article
As people age, it’s natural for the brain to shrink. And for years, medical professionals have understood that the brain structure of those with hearing impairment is different from that of people with normal hearing.
For years, medical researchers from the across the country have looked for ways to prevent Alzheimer’s disease. Recently, they identified a possible link between the foods people consume and the development of Alzheimer’s.
Most people know someone who has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. Approximately 5.4 million Americans have Alzheimer’s, 5.2 million are age 65 and over, but at least 200,000 are under 65. Scientists predict that by 2050, up to 16 million people will have the disease.
National Women’s Health & Fitness Day – September 29, 2010 – provides an opportunity for women to take a few minutes to evaluate their personal health and fitness and develop a plan to improve, such as making time for regular physical activity or eating more nutritious meals.