Tag: alzheimer’s

Alzheimer’s: New Research Shows a Leap Forward in Identifying Neurons Vulnerable to the Disease

By Eleftheria Kodosaki, Cardiff University Alzheimer’s disease is a devastating condition that is currently unstoppable and incurable. The main cause of the disease is the loss of neurons and other brain cells in the brain – also know as degeneration. This degeneration is what leads…

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Alzheimer’s and Dementia: Eating Plenty of Apples, Berries and Tea Linked to Lower Risk – New Research

By Eleftheria Kodosaki, Cardiff Metropolitan University and Keith Morris, Cardiff Metropolitan University We’re often told to eat more fruits and vegetables – and for good reason. Many of the nutrients found in fruits and vegetables are responsible for numerous health benefits, in particular preventing a…

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How Exercise Could Reduce the Likelihood of Developing Alzheimer’s Disease

By Amanda Froelich Did you know? When you exercise, endorphins are released into your bloodstream. The “feel-good” hormones can elevate your mood, which is why many people regularly exercise. However, a new study found that exercising also produces another hormone, one that may improve memory…

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