Unhinged Democrats now fixated on President Trump's body weight, but they never cared about Obama's counterfeit birth certificate

(Natural News) Left-wing propaganda outlets like CNN just can’t get over the fact that President Donald Trump is actually pretty darn healthy for a 71-year-old man and doesn’t have dementia as they had clearly hoped. So they’ve now taken up a new obsession over the president’s weight, which movie director James Gunn is now offering...
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One possible expansion of present immunotherapies for Alzheimer's disease is to more specifically track and target oligomeric forms of amyloid-β. Efforts to reduce amyloid-β in the brain have, after many years of failure, started to succeed in that goal in human trials, but patients are not exhibiting benefits as a result. It remains to be seen whether or not this is because amyloid-β is a trigger for other self-sustaining pathological mechanisms, such as cellular senescence of supporting cells in the brain, and thus removing it does little good once Alzheimer's is underway. An alternative view is that perha...
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(Natural News) The use of anticholinergic medications is widespread, especially among older adults. These medications are often prescribed by physicians to treat a wide variety of health problems, including bladder disorders, gastrointestinal issues, seasonal allergies and even depression. However, recent studies have found a connection between the use of anticholinergic drugs and acute cognitive impairments. In particular, these...
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(University of Alberta) University of Alberta computing scientists are developing an app to aid health-care staff to assess and manage pain in patients suffering from dementia and other neurodegenerative diseases.
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AbstractElder abuse is an emerging worldwide public health, human right, and social priority for governments and health policy makers. The aim of the current study was to provide an in-depth quantitative analysis of literature on elder abuse published in academic journals. A bibliometric method was implemented using Scopus database for the study period from 1950 to 2017. The search strategy utilized specific keywords to retrieve relevant documents. One thousand eight hundred seventy-two documents appeared in Scopus when using the search strategy. The annual number of publications showed a fluctuating pattern in the past fo...
Source: Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health - Category: International Medicine & Public Health Source Type: research
Transient epileptic amnesia is an under-diagnosed cause of memory loss1,2, sometimes mistaken for dementia, particularly if a history of recurrent amnestic spells is not elicited. It is essential that clinicians consider this diagnostic entity given its responsiveness to treatment.
Source: The American Journal of Medicine - Category: General Medicine Authors: Tags: Clinical Communication to the Editor Source Type: research
AbstractBackgroundSeizures are an important comorbidity in Alzheimer ’s disease (AD). Conflicting results regarding clinical parameters associated with seizures in AD were previously reported. Data on seizure recurrence risk, a crucial parameter for treatment decisions, are lacking.MethodsNational Alzheimer ’s Coordinating Center data were analyzed. Seizure prevalence in AD and an association with disease duration were investigated. Associations of seizures with age of AD onset and with cognitive and functional performance, and seizure recurrence risk were studied.Results20,745 individuals were investigated. In...
Source: Journal of Neurology - Category: Neurology Source Type: research
We examined the effects of salidroside on cognition in rats with vascular dementia and explored the mechanisms of its neuroprotective effects. Sprague-Dawley rats (n=60) were randomly subdivided into 3 equal groups: controls, untreated rats with vascular dementia, and rats with vascular dementia treated with salidroside (30 mg/kg for 8 weeks). Vascular dementia was provoked by bilateral occlusion of the common carotid arteries. The cognitive function was tested in the Morris water maze. Oxidation stress was assessed by the levels of superoxide dismutase and malondialdehyde assayed with standard biochemical kits. Expression...
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My parents are both in their late 70s and doing quite well but I see that the need for making decisions about their futures, or at least gathering information, is closing in. We live in the same community, so my husband and I have been helping with some minor things around their home, but they are very independent and hire out the most difficult jobs. However, with time, I know that more help from us will be necessary. When do I consider myself their caregiver? How do I begin? What do I need to know? – Potential Newbie Continue reading on HealthCentral for more about how to begin your new caregiving career: Purc...
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There is evidence for particulate air pollution to raise the risk of age-related diseases via mechanisms such as increased levels of chronic inflammation. While the burden of age-related disease varies widely from region to region, establishing the relative weight of specific contributions is a challenge. Poverty, particulate air pollution, high rates of chronic infection, and other environmental factors thought likely to lead to a greater risk of age-related disease all tend to overlap to some degree. Thus while there are plausible mechanisms for particulate air pollution to spur chronic inflammation and thus speed...
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DEMENTIA care: Studies have proven that early signs of dementia largely relates to one's eating habits and preferences. According to the studies, having a sudden liking of this kind of food could be an early warning sign.
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