Tag Archives: dementia

Supplements Won’t Prevent Dementia. But These Steps Might.

Donna Kaye Hill realized that her 80-year-old mother was faltering cognitively when her phone suddenly stopped working. When Ms. Hill called the phone company, “they told me she hadn’t paid her bill in three months.” Finding other alarming evidence of memory gaps, she took her mother, Katie, to a memory clinic. A geriatrician there diagnosed… Read More »

Deodorants and dementia: Is there a link?

Over the years, rumors have spread that deodorants trigger Alzheimer’s and dementia. Is this really true? Is there a link between them? Many studies have been conducted based on these questions. Aluminum (AI) is one of the most abundant metals on earth and it is also one of the risk factors in the development of… Read More »

Headache Disorders Associated With Risk of All-Cause Dementia – AJMC.com Managed Markets Network

An analysis of 6 studies found an increased risk of all-cause dementia among patients with any headache. However, no association was found between headache and Alzheimer disease. Dementia is the most common neurological disease in the elderly, and in addition to trying to develop a drug treatment that can significantly delay the progression of disease,… Read More »