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Virus and Bacteria Causing Alzheimer’s?

Scientists identify a virus and two bacteria that could be causing Alzheimer’s “We can’t keep ignoring the evidence.” An international group of 31 Alzheimer’s researchers has published an editorial urging the science world to change its focus when it comes … Continue reading

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Alzheimer’s Disease May Be Caused By Herpes Virus And Other Microbes

Alzheimer’s Disease May Be Caused By Herpes Virus And Other Microbes, According To Some Researchers Alzheimer’s disease is one of the few conditions we still can’t figure out how to prevent, stop, or reverse. We have some techniques for managing … Continue reading

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Synapses Lost in Early Alzheimer’s

Overactive immune cells point to path to fight brain disease BY LAURA SANDERS In the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease, an overzealous set of proteins and cells begins to chew away at the brain’s nerve cell connections, a study in … Continue reading

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Awards and Recognitions

With over 45 years’ experience as a medical doctor, Dr. Gilbert Manso has won the respect and hearts of many. His care for his patients, dedication to top-quality treatments, and drive to heal have earned him the Rate MD award … Continue reading

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Low Vitamin D and Dementia

Low vitamin D is associated with an increased risk of Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia, according to a new report, though whether low vitamin D is a cause of the disorders remains unknown. The scientists measured blood levels … Continue reading

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Abortion in America – Statistics

Number of reported legal abortions for selected years between 2000 and 2011 according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Abortion Surveillance Reports are as follows:                         … Continue reading

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How to Beat Alzheimer’s at Its Own Game

Exercising 3 hours per week, meditating 10 minutes a day, getting 1,500 mg of omega-3s daily, and memorizing something daily are healthy preventatives for Alzheimer’s. Performing memory tricks grows your hippocampi, the part of the brain responsible for short-term memory.

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Lab Test Explanations

CBC (Complete Blood Count) Complete Blood Count is an essential test for almost all patients. It detects anemia, infections, leukemia, mononucleosis, and many other diseases. A complete blood count includes the following tests: White blood count: Determination of the number of white blood … Continue reading

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Holistic Alternative Medicine

Holistic medicine is defined by the Canadian Holistic Medical Association as follows: A system of health care which fosters a cooperative relationship among all those involved, leading towards optimal attainment of the physical, mental emotional, social and spiritual aspects of … Continue reading

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University of Texas Medical Branch

The University of Texas Medical Branch is one of the oldest, largest, best-financed, and most highly-regarded medical schools in America. UTMB traces its beginnings to 1881, when the Texas Legislature authorized founding of the University of Texas and a UT … Continue reading

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