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Oct 29, 2014

Cocoa flavanols might help to treat age-related cognitive impairment but, based on a new study, not Alzheimer’s itself 

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Oct 23, 2014

Do walnuts offer protection from Alzheimer’s?  What does a recent animal study mean for your health?

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Are you interested in being a part of an exciting new study designed to prevent the memory loss that is characteristic of Alzheimer’s disease? The A4 study invites older individuals (ages 65 to 85) with normal thinking and memory function but no outward signs of the disease to participate in a landmark study. 

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A new study in the BMJ reported that people who had used benzodiazepines for more than three months had almost a 50% higher risk of Alzheimer’s disease over the following six years, an association that has been reported in previous publications as well.

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Please consider taking this anonymous 5-minute survey so that we can find out what we’re doing right and what we could be doing better to make Cognitive Vitality your go-to resource to empower you to protect your aging brain.

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You already know that some genes can affect your risk of developing a disease.  But did you know that scientists believe that those genes may also affect whether a given treatment may protect your brain?

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A new study provides further evidence that a diet rich in fish can support long-term brain health.

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A new study published in Neurology and detailed in Forbes strengthens the connection between vitamin D and dementia risk, including Alzheimer’s disease.

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