Earlier detection of Alzheimer’s disease is possible

Earlier detection of Alzheimer’s disease is possible

Some neurological disorders like Alzheimer’s disease are developmental health issues. Infections, chronic high blood pressure, genetic traits are factors that are usually attributed to the onset and worsening of this disorder. Clinicians are witnessing the symptoms of this disorder across a big chunk of population in the country. According to the Alzheimer’s Association, more than five million Americans are afflicted with the disease, which is the sixth leading cause of death in America. The numbers are expected to rise in the coming years as an increasing number of Americans would find themselves on the threshold of old age. Read more

World Alzheimer's Day: Eating right can lower risks of Alzheimer’s disease

World Alzheimer’s Day: Eating right can lower risks of Alzheimer’s disease

Age is just a number for those who lead a disease-free healthy life. For others, it might pose hindrance in growing old gracefully. Age has a major role to play in an individual’s physical as well as mental health. While an individual in his teens is physically active and mentally alert, these traits begin to fade with the growing age. Read more