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The peanut butter test is a diagnostic test which aims to detect Alzheimer's disease by measuring subjects' ability to smell peanut butter through each nostril. #alzheimers disease #wellness #reseach
An estimated 5.2 million Americans of all ages have Alzheimer’s, including 5 million people aged 65 and older as well as approximately 200,000 who have younger-onset Alzheimer’s. Experts believe that number will increase to 7.1 million by 2025 and nearly triple by 2050. #alzheimers #dementia #wellness #healthcare
We can feel sadness and loneliness. At times we are angry, depressed and frustrated; at other times we may be embarrassed by our loved one’s behavior and we can feel sorry for ourselves that we have to go through this experience. #alzheimers #carer #caregiving
High blood pressure contributes to 1,000 deaths a day in the United States. You need to talk with your doc about your condition and the medication so youreally get why you need to take it.
One of the most mysterious and discouraging ailments is Alzheimer’s disease (AD), “a progressive, degenerative brain disease” affecting the memory, thinking, and behavior of more than four million Americans #alzheimers, #caregiver
Vascular dementia is the second most common type of dementia (after Alzheimer's disease), affecting around 150,000 people in the UK. The word dementia describes a set of symptoms that can include memory loss and difficulties with thinking, problem-solving or language. #dementia
Alzheimer’s disease dementia a disease. An essential feature of a disease is that patients tell a story of suffering.
Curly kale has ruffled leaves and a fibrous stalk and is usually deep green in color. It has a lively pungent flavor with delicious bitter peppery qualities. #nutrition #health #alzheimers #kale
Humor reduces cortisol, it increases the mood state that is conducive to learning. As endorphins provide reward and pleasure, the immune system works better and improves brain wave activity to "gamma frequency," which is an amped recall and memory. #alzheimers #laughter
Engaging in "purposeful and meaningful activities" stimulates your neurological system, counters the effects of stress related diseases, reduces the risk of dementia, and enhances health and well being your lifestyle plays a significant role in contributing to cognitive decline, which is why exposure to toxins, chemicals, poor diet, lack of sleep, stress, and much more, can significantly hinder the functioning of your brain. #musictherapy
The Blue Devils are marking a couple of cultural firsts for the corps this summer; the Blue Devils A corps' first African-American head drum major and its first female center snare. Dan Potter talks with both of them in today's edition of the Field Pass presented by Zildjian.
Working With Dinosaurs: Narrative Techniques in the Arena Spectacula Felix Nobis (Monash) This paper examines some unique performance challenges presented to the narrator / presenter of a 21st century arena spectacular. The paper draws on the experience of narrating the premiere production of “Walking with Dinosaurs: The Live Experience” in Australia and the United States. The paper explores the liminal territory between ‘acting’ and ‘storytelling’, as well as the relationship between single performer and mass audience.
For decades, psychologists and brain scientists have been mystified by how memory works. Now, research is helping us shed light on tracking memory to its roots, to its molecular structure in the brain. What we know about memory - what it is and how it works - is the focus of this program. [Revised 2000]
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