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The experience of a profound threat can impact us all. For most, it is a transient, although deeply disturbing, experience grounded in

These authors, from the University of Michigan, concluded that their study provided:

The Food and Drug Administration on July 6 granted full approval to the first therapy for Alzheimer’s that slows the cognitive decline associated with the disease.

Join our directors of bio-sciences and medicine Cameron English and Dr. Chuck Dinerstein as they break down these stories on episode 22 of the Science Dispatch podcast.

The study asks whether simple dietary intervention, the daily use of cocoa or Centrum Silver, will slow the downward spiral of dementia. Why those two? Cocoa has a very high percentage of flavonoids which increase cerebral blood flow.

Join ACSH directors of bio-sciences and medicine, Cameron English and Dr. Chuck Dinerstein, as they break down these stories:

Last November CNBC published an article by Harvard nutritional psychiatrist Uma Naidoo urging readers to “avoid these five foods to stay focused and sharp.” If that author and headline ring a bell, it's because ACSH published

I am well aware of the extensive junk science in the field of nutrition, and her article is just another reflection of it. It is the standard attempt

Are you afraid of developing dementia in your golden years? If so, a few simple changes to your diet may be in order, according to Dr.

“Because the boundaries of the field are poorly defined, credentials often serve as a gatekeeping mechanism….” Leah Pierson,