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Family, Struggles & Dementia

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Brought To Our Senses



112916-asr-kathleen-wheeler-graphicThursday we will have Author, Kathleen H. Wheeler.  She Wrote her debut novel Brought To Our Senses, a story of family, struggles and dementia. Join our conversation as we explore her journey of disease, dynamics and family.  Host Lori La Bey will be joined by Co-Hosts Laurie Scherrer and Susan Suchan.

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Book info: www.BroughtToOurSenses.com

Author info and contact: www.AuthorKathleenHWheeler.com/contact

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Diet, Disease and Dementia

Diet, Disease and Dementia


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Next Show This Tuesday April 19th, 2016 

2:00pm EST, 1:00pm CST, 12:00pm MST, 11:00am PST and 7:00pm London Time

Dr. Richard Isaacson joins us today.  He is the Author of “The Alzheimer’s Diet.”  We will discuss the importance of nutrition, the impact it has on our bodies and a new medical food that has shown in studies to help those with Dementia.  The product, Axona, is available now under prescription.

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Website   www.TheADplan.com Two Books: The Alzheimer’s Prevention and Treatment Diet and Alzheimer’s Treatment and  Prevention: A Patient and Family Guide

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By Kevin Woo

Dr. Michael Devous believes that one day there will be a cure for Alzheimer’s disease.

“I think we’re going to cure Alzheimer’s disease, and we’re not far away from it,” says Devous during an interview with the Dallas Morning News. Devous is a professor and director at the Alzheimer’s Disease Center at University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center.

“Ten years ago I didn’t think so, but we’ve made tremendous progress,” he says. “We haven’t done it. We haven’t cured anyone from this disease yet, but I’m hopeful that the trials we’ve started will change the course of this disease in a positive way. There’s a mild cognitive impairment which precedes dementia. We are having clinical trials to see if removing plaque will keep (patients) from getting worse and maybe even allow them to get better.”

Researchers say that maintaining a healthy lifestyle; getting genetically tested if you’re at high risk for the disease; and removal of amyloid plaque all hold the key to finding a cure.

The study of plaque is key to Devous’ on-going research.

What also makes the Alzheimer’s Disease Center at University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center unique is that it pools research efforts from other Texas institutions such as the Texas Alzheimer’s Research and Care Consortium, UTSW in Dallas, the University of North Texas Health Science Center, and it takes part in collaborative work with UTD Center for BrainHealth and Center for Vital Longevity and the Cooper Clinic in Dallas.

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