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The One Thing You Can Control

*** We are designed to eat as if food was scarce.  Therefore, the battle to control portions and foods that are high in bad fat and calories is a conscious one.  Our “full sensor” doesn’t switch on for 30 minutes ...

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The Myth of Alzheimer’s

This book has blown my eyes wide open. After 100 years of exploration into the causes and treatment of Alzheimer’s disease, we are no closer to solving the riddle than Alois Alzheimer was in the early 1900s. Dr. Peter Whitehouse ...

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Sensory Processing Disorders in Adults

*** Sensory Processing Disorders (SPD) can play a major role in how people interact with the environment throughout the lifespan.  From fussy baby, to anxious, middle-aged adult, to confused older adult- an individual with a sensory processing disorder may develop ...

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Pesticides and Alzheimer’s

It seems the adverse effects of DDT, and its cousin and byproduct DDE, may extend beyond birth defects and cancer.  According to a new study in JAMA Neurology,  people with the APOE gene may be more susceptible to the effects ...

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Still Alice

  This book is one of the best books I’ve ever read.  It is gut-wrenching and honest, and the perspective is so genuine that you wonder how the author has such insight into the Alzheimer’s journey.   I caution those ...

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