I Cured My Neighbors' Alzheimer's

Today I learned an important lesson. But first, let me tell you how I cured a neighbor of Alzheimer's.By Bob DeMarcoAlzheimer's Reading RoomOh happy day. I just learnedfor the first time ever that someone in the Pines finally listened to me.I live in a community where there are a lot of people over 80 years old.The simple statistics tell me thatone in every three will suffer from dementia. If they live long enough,one in every two.Those are the odds.13 Things Every Alzheimer's Caregiver Needs to KnowFor some reason when a person starts showing signs of dementia here, and I suggest they get a full blown evaluation and full blown testing for dementia,my suggestion falls on deaf ears.How to Test Your Memory for Alzheimer's and Dementia (5 Best Tests)Denial and fear are rampant.I understand.Subscribe to the Alzheimer's Reading - This is a Free Service - Join NowToday I learned an important lesson. But first, let me tell you how I cured a neighbor of Alzheimer's.I know a man and his wife that are both in their 80s.Recently the man got lost while driving home from a place that was not totally familiar. The wife who is actually a good friend told me this.The Fit to Drive Test for Dementia PatientsAt first, I suggested she talk to his doctor and get a full blown evaluation for dementia. Nothing happened.I started keeping an eye on him and I didn't like what I was seeing.For the first time ever, I had a new and different idea. I typed up a note and gave it to the woman and sugges...
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ConclusionsBased on these results, we suggest that DSS play a positive effective role in increasing DHA content by up-regulating iPLA2 and 15-LOX, resulting in ameliorating oxidative stress and inflammation and finally ameliorating cognition deficits in APP/PS1 mice.Graphical abstract
Source: Journal of Ethnopharmacology - Category: Drugs & Pharmacology Source Type: research
CONCLUSIONS The results indicate that, although persons with disabilities can exhibit a wide functional range, they remain at risk of PUs and should be evaluated for proper preventive measures, including support surfaces and wheelchair cushions.
Source: Advances in Skin and Wound Care - Category: Dermatology Tags: ORIGINAL INVESTIGATION Source Type: research
Authors: Barata AN Abstract Globally, the world population is ageing, which increases the prevalence of non-communicable diseases that affect patients both physically and psychologically, such as is the case of dementia. Consequently, there is a greater demand for the healthcare system as it needs to develop solutions to answer to these needs.The literature review shows that complementary therapies may be applied in dementia in order to aid the symptom management as well as to slow down the progression of the disease. The Socially Assistive Robots (SAR) are tools that may be used as a complementary therapy in demen...
Source: Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology - Category: Research Tags: Adv Exp Med Biol Source Type: research
Authors: Dams S, Holasek S, Tsiountsioura M, Edelsbrunner M, Dietz P, Koefeler H, Malliga DE, Gürbüz A, Meier-Allard N, Poncza B, Lackner S, Schwarzenberger E, Jansenberger Y, Lamprecht M Abstract The major aim of this controlled, randomised, open-labelled, parallel-grouped, clinical trial was to investigate whether supplementation with different dosages of omega-3 fatty acids (0.5 g/d and 1 g/d) from a plant-based fatty acid supplement affected omega-3-indices (O3I) in well-nourished, healthy people. In addition, the combined ingestion of the plant-based fatty acid supplement, together with...
Source: International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition - Category: Nutrition Tags: Int J Food Sci Nutr Source Type: research
Publication date: 18 February 2020Source: Cell Reports, Volume 30, Issue 7Author(s): Helen M. Melo, Gisele da S. Seixas da Silva, Marcella Ramos Sant’Ana, Camila Vieira Ligo Teixeira, Julia R. Clarke, Vivian S. Miya Coreixas, Bruno C. de Melo, Juliana T.S. Fortuna, Leticia Forny-Germano, José Henrique Ledo, Maíra S. Oliveira, Claudia P. Figueiredo, Raphaelle Pardossi-Piquard, Frédéric Checler, José María Delgado-García, Agnès Gruart, Licio A. Velloso, Marcio L.F. Balthazar, Dennys E. Cintra, Sergio T. FerreiraSummaryObesity has been associated with cognitive dec...
Source: Cell Reports - Category: Cytology Source Type: research
ConclusionThe six paradigmatic examples described in this manuscript show that availability of laboratory resources may considerably catalyze the demand, thus underscoring that inappropriate use of laboratory resources may be commonplace in routine laboratories all across Europe and most probably beyond. They also demonstrate that the application of simple strategies may assist in overcoming this issue. We believe that laboratory specialists need to refocus on the extra-analytical parts of the testing process and engage more in interdisciplinary patient-care.
Source: Clinica Chimica Acta - Category: Laboratory Medicine Source Type: research
ConclusionsThe development of a simplified sample preparation protocol and the use of multiplexing SPLC-MS/MS have reduced sample analysis times for vitamin A and E. This method has also optimized clinical workflow through consolidation of previously independent benches.
Source: Clinica Chimica Acta - Category: Laboratory Medicine Source Type: research
"Lost Your Superpower"? Graphic Medicine, Voicelessness, and Georgia Webber's Dumb. Perspect Biol Med. 2020;63(1):207-217 Authors: Venkatesan S, Dastidar DG Abstract Unlike deafness and disability, speech-related disorders-voluntary/involuntary voicelessness, mutism, and their imperatives-have largely remained undertheorized both as scholarship and praxis. Given the primacy and over-privileging of vision, a consideration of the nature of voice/voicelessness is critical and urgent. Framed in metaphysical, metaphorical, and existential terms, Georgia Webber's graphic memoir Dumb (2018), which ...
Source: Perspectives in Biology and Medicine - Category: Medical Ethics Authors: Tags: Perspect Biol Med Source Type: research
Abstract The development of CRISPR technology has catapulted the issue of germline editing to the forefront of a debate between the goals of medical advancement and promotion of human diversity. The US National Academy of Sciences and the National Academy of Medicine recommended in a joint report that germline editing should be tightly regulated and pursued only for "serious diseases." A follow-up statement from an international summit on human genome editing emphasized a more general point that "the risks [are] too great to permit clinical trials of germline editing at this time." Here we revi...
Source: Perspectives in Biology and Medicine - Category: Medical Ethics Authors: Tags: Perspect Biol Med Source Type: research
Publication date: Available online 18 February 2020Source: Journal of Food EngineeringAuthor(s): Ita Sulistyawati, Ruud Verkerk, Vincenzo Fogliano, Matthijs DekkerAbstractThe kinetics of mass transfer and vitamin C loss in mango during osmotic dehydration (OD) were described by mathematical models. Water loss (WL) and weight reduction (WR) was modelled by Weibull's model, soluble solid gain (SSG) was better described by Peleg's model. Vitamin C loss was described by a multiresponse model incorporating both degradation and leaching processes into the OD-solution. Effects of vacuum impregnation (VI) and pectin methylesterase...
Source: Journal of Food Engineering - Category: Food Science Source Type: research
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