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Seven Reasons to Eat Tuna

Tuna is one of the healthy seafood. This is reasonable enough considering this fish contains protein and minerals such high potassium, selenium, and magnesium. More, tuna are rich in vitamin B complex and of course omega-3 fatty acids.

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Lab Clue to Caffeine Benefit on Alzheimer’s

Coffee can be a great benefit to people who have the "Alzheimers" disease.

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Parents Must NOT Senile

Medically, Alzheimer’s disease occur due to loss of nerve cells in the brain areas associated with the function of memory,

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The “Sneaks” of Alzheimer’s Can be Detected in The Body in Advance

Early identification of the disease would prevent brain damage and cognitive.

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Three Established Ways That to Keep at Bay Alzheimer’s

Three proven ways to ward off Alzheimer’s disease.

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Discover Where, Why and How Alzheimer’s Spreads

This study is the first to show in living Alzheimer’s patients begins in exactly the lateral entorhinal cortex or LEC.

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Uk Double Funding to Investigate Dementia and Alzheimer’s in 2025

"One in three people suffer dementia" warns the British government, a specific host G8 wants to emulate the success of Tony Blair to the summit on HIV / AIDS in 2005.

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Eight Alzheimers Myths and Facts

Myth 1: Memory loss is a natural part of aging Facts:

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The Difference Between Dementia and Alzheimer’s

They both attack the brain, the only difference is one attacks the blood vessels and the other attacks the nerve cells.

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Keep Some Knowledge About Alzheimer’s Disease

The term dementia refers to a brain disorder that demonstrates itself in several ways. A person may easily become confused even in familiar settings, may ask questions repeatedly, or may neglect such basic things as their own hygiene or basic safety issues. Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of dementia linked with old age.

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