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Tests for Early Signs of Alzheimer’s

| July 20, 2013 | 0 Comments
Tests for Early Signs of Alzheimer’s

  The studies, presented at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference in Paris, are part of a widespread search for ways to detect Alzheimer’s before memory problems begin, when drugs and treatments have a better chance of making a difference. “I don’t think we can wait until people develop Alzheimer’s disease or mild Alzheimer’s. I think […]

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Look Younger: 6 Ways To Feel Like A Teenager This Summer

| July 13, 2013 | 0 Comments
Look Younger: 6 Ways To Feel Like A Teenager This Summer

No, we have no desire to be 18 again. But wouldn’t it be great to — at least sometimes — look and feel a bit more like a teenager? Oh, the energy we’d have! As we move through summer, try these six tips to help you look and feel your best. Have your own ideas? […]

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Fountain Of Youth Discovered By Awakening Skin’s ‘Sleeping’ Stem Cells, Researchers Say

| June 29, 2013 | 0 Comments
Fountain Of Youth Discovered By Awakening Skin’s ‘Sleeping’ Stem Cells, Researchers Say

We all like the idea of aging gracefully, but no one wants to look 70 when they’re 50. That’s why the state of your skin is so important, because it can be a dead giveaway when it comes to your age. But there’s good news when it comes to aging skin. Researchers at the University […]

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Forget about Alzheimer’s at our peril – Australia leads in neuro research.

| June 29, 2013 | 0 Comments
Forget about Alzheimer’s at our peril – Australia leads in neuro research.

Hazel Hawke was known for her sharp mind. So it came as a shock in 2003 when she announced on prime-time television that she had Alzheimer’s disease, or the ”big A” as she liked to called it. Alzheimer’s Australia chief executive Glenn Rees saysthe personal disclosure from the former wife of a former prime minister […]

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