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As More Alzheimer’s Drugs Fail, Researchers Find Hope In Vitamins & Spice

As more problems arise with pharmaceutical treatments for Alzheimer’s disease, two new studies suggest that compounds in cinnamon and vitamins B12, B6, and folate may offer some protection against the disease that presently affects...

Alzheimer’s Turns People Into Emotional Copycats, Which May Help Mask Disease

Scientists are attempting to understand exactly what’s going on in our brains when we mimic the behaviors of other humans around us, as a means to more effectively diagnose and treat Alzheimer’s disease....

Acupuncture Points to Alzheimer’s Help

Researchers find that acupuncture may help Alzheimer’s disease patients. The researchers note that their findings suggest that acupuncture improves memory and prevents degradation of brain tissue. They note “that EA (electroacupuncture) may be a promising treatment for AD...

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