The Cure for Dementia: Eating Brains? - The Daily Beast

How Eating Brains Revealed A Clue Toward Fighting Dementia

The Cure for Dementia: Eating Brains? - The Daily Beast

TWIDDLEMUFFS (the name makes me giggle). It's not a cure for dementia, just a small bit of extra comfort.

Twiddlemuffs: the biggest holiday gift trend you've never heard of.

TWIDDLEMUFFS (the name makes me giggle). It's not a cure for dementia, just a small bit of extra comfort.

The Cure for Dementia: Eating Brains?

How Eating Brains Revealed A Clue Toward Fighting Dementia

Though there is currently no cure for dementia and related diseases like Alzheimer’s, one thing that has been shown to slow down its effects is keeping a person’s mind actively engaged in the world around them.  At The Cottage, a memory care facility that is part of the Ecumen-Detroit Lakes campus, the staff has found a new way to engage residents’ minds with the creation of life skill stations.  Read the full article "The Cottage at Ecumen-DL sets up workshop for its residents"

Though there is currently no cure for dementia and related diseases like Alzheimer’s, one thing that has been shown to slow down its effects is keeping a person’s mind actively engaged in the world around them. At The Cottage, a memory care facility that is part of the Ecumen-Detroit Lakes campus, the staff has found a new way to engage residents’ minds with the creation of life skill stations. Read the full article "The Cottage at Ecumen-DL sets up workshop for its residents"

Wow! Here's 10 of the best natural treatments and remedies for dementia and Alzheimer's according to the experts. Use them all to prevent and even reverse the horrible effects of this shocking disease

Wow! Here's 10 of the best natural treatments and remedies for dementia and Alzheimer's according to the experts. Use them all to prevent and even reverse the horrible effects of this shocking disease

Robin Williams's widow Susan Schneider speaks about his death tonight on ABC's People Icons — and says she hopes cures for dementia can be found soon.    The much-loved actor and comedian took his own life in

Robin Williams's widow Susan Schneider speaks about his death tonight on ABC's People Icons — and says she hopes cures for dementia can be found soon. The much-loved actor and comedian took his own life in

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