Tag Archives: Parkinson’s

How to Select a Clinical Trial for Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s Disease

While successful treatments for Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia already exist, the future of clinical trials and the pursuit of finding specific remedies remains confusing. It is essential for potential clinical trial participants to know how to determine if participation in a particular trial is going to be worthwhile. Over the past ten to twenty years,… Read More

Can the Paleo Diet Improve Your Mental Health?

We often search for the new diet that can give us the body we’ve always dreamed of. But can this diet also help our brains? Like many of our body’s intricate systems, maintaining brain health heavily relies on our dietary choices. People frequently believe that as long as they eat a few specific “brain powering”… Read More

The Regenesis Project Investigates a New Treatment Possibility for Dementia, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s Disease

A recent study from The Regenesis Project demonstrates bosutinib may be a treatment option for patients with neurodegenerative conditions including Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease. SANTA MONICA, Calif., Oct. 6, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The pursuit of an effective therapeutic intervention for dementia has inspired interest in the class of medications known as tyrosine kinase inhibitors (TKIs). TKIs demonstrate potential… Read More

Do Not Feed the Humans: The Paleolithic Diet and Intermittent Fasting

As a child going to the Zoo, I can remember walking alongside the animal enclosures and munching on my popcorn and pretzels. The monkeys were particularly envious of my snacks and would gesture to share in my bounty. Meanwhile, I was always surprised by the posted signs saying “do not feed the animals”. The irony… Read More

Bad Fat, Good Fat and Brain Health

Plasmalogen supplement demonstrates potential to treat Alzheimer’s disease and revive a failing mind –Sheldon Jordan MD and Dayan Goodenowe PhD Most of the brain consists of fat. Signals traveling away from the cell body require insulation to prevent short circuiting. This targeted delivery is made possible by a type of fat, myelin, which coats the… Read More

The Regenesis Project and Prodrome Sciences Launch Clinical Trial, Plasmalogen Supplement Demonstrates Potential to Support Memory Function

SANTA MONICA, Calif., Sept. 3, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Problems with failing memory are common for many individuals as they grow older, and is particularly characteristic of patients with Alzheimer’s disease. Research shows that aging-related cognitive decline may be affected by Omega-3 levels and the health of cell membranes. Certain nutritional supplements developed to target Omega-3 and plasmalogen… Read More

How to Test a Presidential Candidate For Dementia

Voters are rightly concerned about giving the nod to a candidate whose intellect will likely fail over the next four years. We fear that wandering fingers could mistake the atomic bomb launcher for a toilet flush button. While the twenty fifth amendment to the constitution does describe a pathway for removal of a mentally disabled… Read More

COVID-19 Pandemic May Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease

COVID19 has claimed many lives, especially those who are older and infirm. If we apply the lessons learned from this pandemic, many more lives will be saved over the coming decades, especially in the aged. If our revelations lead to meaningful changes in the way we live, work and study, perhaps, we can prevent or… Read More