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You Should Consume Foods Containing Zinc

You should consume foods Containing Zinc, Zinc, or zinc, including the essential minerals needed for bodily functions worked perfectly. The adequacy of zinc will prevent health problems such as skin breakouts, Alzheimer’s, epilepsy, psoriasis, blood sugar levels are not balanced, slow metabolism, as well as the sense of taste and smell are impaired.

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Overeating and Memory Loss Could be Linked

Could there be a link to Alzheimer’s Disease as well?

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The Benefits of Caring for a Pet

The Benefits of Caring for a Pet.

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Extremely Dangerous Prescription Drugs

Three drugs that are more harm than good.

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Seven Warning Signs of Alzheimer’s

How to tell the difference between normal aging symptoms and those which could indicate the onset of Alzheimer’s.

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Could Nicotine be The Cure for Alzheimer’s?

Study says nicotine patch shows promise for memory loss improvement.

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Blood Oranges: A Beautiful Twist on an Old Standby

The red pigment of the blood orange is created by anthocyanin, an antioxidant. This particular antioxidant is thought to help lower blood LDL cholesterol and aid to keep blood vessels flexible and strong while it may also provide additional protection against cancer and heart disease.

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Alzheimer’s Disease - The Memories’ Thief

What is Alzheimer’s disease? What causes it? What are the symptoms? And how to live with it?

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Can Modern Science Take Away Alzheimer Patients’ Fears!

Alzheimer’s disease is mostly seen in people above the age of 65 years. As age increases the chances for getting this ailment also raises and by the age of 85 years more than half of the people belonging to that age group will have affected by it.

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The Training Many Caregivers Have

Caregivers have special training to assist people and allow them to stay independent in their own home. Many have a Certified Nursing Assistant license and have experience with Alzheimer’s and Dementia.