Entries tagged with “Alzheimer’s”
The five lifestyle pillars to prevent brain decline.
Low-dose aspirin may potentially help, a new study suggests.
Which are the best foods to fight memory loss? Take this handy list on your next grocery shopping excursion.
The Groundbreaking Science Empowering Women to Maximize Cognitive Health and Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease
A granddaughter explores research that provides new hope for Alzheimer’s patients.
I am a huge advocate of self-observation and monitoring of one’s own behavior. I aim to constantly practice noticing how I am personally behaving. I aim to maintain awareness and c…
“Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” —Hippocrates A new study has found that eating leafy green vegetables – such as spinach, kale and mustard greens – can h…
Dr. Lisa Mosconi shares the ways we can nurture the health of our brain.
A new UCLA study has found that when individuals with Alzheimer’s disease (AD) switched to a healthy diet and exercise program, their memory and cognitive function began to return …
The big problem is that so many people still think that nothing can be done to reverse dementia.
Creating music that taps deeply into our consciousness, composer and performer Barry Goldstein is helping people cope with everything from Parkinson’s disease to depression.
Listening to simple meditation or music boosted cognitive function, study shows.
Roadside Assistance for the Spiritual Traveler
What do your spending habits reveal about your personality type? Find out in the latest news from the world of science. Also discover ways to reduce your risk of Alzheimer’s disease and cancer. Ready? Let’s go.
Science & Spirit presents three more easy ways to boost health, both mental and physical. We hope it will inspire you on your journey toward healthy living.
A new study from Stony Brook University in New York suggests that you can protect your brain from neurological diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s by sleeping on your side.
No matter your dosha, we should all strive to balance Vata.
New research underscores just how unreliable—and malleable—our memories really are