Memory Loss

Therapeutic program reverses Alzheimer's memory loss, UCLA researcher says

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An intensive therapy regimen involving medication, diet and behavioral changes successfully reversed Alzheimer's-related memory loss in a first-of-its-kind trial, according to findings out of the University of California, Los Angeles.

Major cause of reversible age-related memory loss identified

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Researchers have identified the main protein trigger of age-related memory loss — and that its memory-loss effects are reversible.

Dealing with grief

Dealing with grief

Throughout my years of visiting senior living communities and working with families, some of the most heartbreaking moments come from watching a family member struggle with watching a loved one slowly slip away because of Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia.

Berry good: Researchers claim 'first' evidence that certain fruits can halt memory decline in women

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Women who eat strawberries and blueberries have slower rates of memory decline as they age, according to results of a new study.

Small trial shows potential of jellyfish protein to fight memory loss

A small-scale clinical trial has shown promising results in improving cognitive function among individuals with memory problems through the use of a protein found in jellyfish.