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10 Facts About Alzheimer's Disease That You Didn't Know

10 Things You Don’t Know About Alzheimer’s Disease

According to the World Health Organization, more than 18 million people worldwide are living with Alzheimer’s disease. This number is expected to grow to 35 million by 2025. While most people are fairly familiar with the Alzheimer’s symptoms relating to loss of memory, there are many other issues about Alzheimer’s that remain unknown. Consider for […]

The Latest Outlook On Alzheimer's Disease

The Latest Outlook On Alzheimer’s Disease

More than 5 million Americans have Alzheimer’s disease, and the nonprofit Alzheimer’s Association projects that, barring major advances, 11 million to 16 million will have it by 2050–at an annual cost of $1.1 trillion in today’s dollars. In May, the government announced the first national plan to combat Alzheimer’s, and one focus is the role […]

Neurotrack Technology Can Diagnose Alzheimer's Symptoms

Neurotrack Technology Can Diagnose Alzheimer’s Disease 3 to 4 Years Before First Symptoms Occur

“I watched two of my grandparents die ‘alone’ because they could no longer remember their family members who were sitting at their bedsides,” said Elli Kaplan. In some ways, Kaplan is just one of the millions who’ve lost a family member or loved one to Alzheimer’s disease. But she’s also an entrepreneur who’s aiming her […]


Alzheimer’s Could be the Most Catastrophic Impact of Having a Poor Diet

There is evidence that poor diet is one cause of Alzheimer’s. If ever there was a case for the precautionary principle, this is it because regulation is light, the industry can kill off the only effective system for telling us how much fat, sugar and salt food contains. When you raise the subject of over-eating […]


Eating Junk Food May Put You at Risk of Developing Dementia

Gorging on junk food may not just make you fat – it could also give you dementia. Evidence is growing that a bad diet triggers Alzheimer’s by poisoning the brain. With studies on animals strongly implicating the hormone insulin in the process, some believe Alzheimer’s to be another version of diabetes. Bizarre as the claim […]