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Alzheimers study

Post: #1
12-10-2014, 07:06 PM
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Alzheimers study

I recently read an article (was not sure if permitted to post the links here) that stated that geriatric and ob/gyn conditions are coming to light because of the extension of our life spans.

I had never considered this before. But in the last 100 years, the life span of people went from age 50- 75/80. Because of this, doctors are still catching up on medical conditions such as menopause, alzheimers and other conditions that result from age. When you think of the progress that has been made in those areas in such a sort time period, it is amazing.

I think I might have had greater respect for the medical field when dealing with my father's alzheimers if I had considered it as a relatively "new" field.

Pop suffered sundowners, hated the Aricept, and said he wasnt going to take any drugs that would prevent him from having his daily whisky. At least he went out with a sense of humor.



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Post: #2
04-02-2016, 12:36 PM
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RE: Alzheimers study

I've heard that people who are constantly doing all the same stuff over and over are at the higher risk of being diagnosed with Alzheimer's. Living in a robot mode has never been good for anyone's health.



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Post: #3
11-15-2016, 09:50 AM
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RE: Alzheimers study

<div style="float:left; width:100%">The recent research on the monoclonal antibody solanezumab was positive, as it seems to be more effective in the earlier course of disease. This drug is considered to be safe too. Studies are going on. There is hope that one day Alzheimers will be curable as scientists uncovered an interesting study. The immune cells go rogue in the brain causing Alzheimers. Cells that normally protect begin to consume a vital nutrient called arginine. So if one can stop this process, it will be a turning point. If one is possible to spot the early symptoms it can be very beneficial in combating this brain degeneration to large extent. Check this article on how to detect early signs of Alzheimers http://www.c-care.ca/blog/dementia-and-a...s-disease/. The als nursing care toronto says that the ray of hope is that one can slow down this disease by early detection and sticking to regular exercises.



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Post: #4
05-22-2017, 03:59 PM
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RE: Alzheimers study

Thank you, this will help me with my custom essay fast. I've been having troubles sleeping lately and i wanted to start doing my school papers sooner, so I'm in the middle of my research process



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