Dementia – Shielding the Brain from Memory Loss

A person affected by dementia suffers from a gradual loss of memory which then also affects that patient’s ability to solve problems, speak and even use language. Therefore, dementia adversely affects the essential functions of a person like motor skills, comprehension, and executive functioning. Dementia refers to multiple sets of ailments and not to any […]

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‘It’s just a cough’: Warning signs of bigger issues as you age

(BPT) – Dry skin. Tingling feet. An aching shoulder. A lingering cough. Blurry vision. Our bodies often send out signals when something needs attention. And as we age, it can be hard to know which changes in our bodies are normal signs of the ageing process and which could be cause for greater concern. Most […]

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Are You At Risk of Having a Fatal Brain Aneurysm?

(NewsUSA) – Sponsored News – – It should have been a day like any other for Lisa Colagrossi, a New York City journalist for WABCChannel 7. She should have reported the news and returned home to her family. Instead, on March 20, 2015, the 49-year-old mother of two, died from a ruptured brain aneurysm. Unlike […]

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