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  1. photo Healthy sleep habits reduce the risk of <b>dementia</b> among older peopleHealthy sleep habits reduce the risk of dementia among older peopleNews
    , the pressures associated with raising a family, and other situations can weigh heavily on our minds and keep us up at night. Heavy alcohol consumption can add to the problem. Finding out what makes us tossRead more
  2. photo Study: cannabis among safest therapeutic substances; <b>alcohol</b> more dangerous than heroin and cocaineStudy: cannabis among safest therapeutic substances; alcohol more dangerous than heroin and cocaineNews
    The hypocrisy of many prohibitionists who condemn legal cannabis by day while imbibing on beer, wine and liquor by night was highlighted recently after researchers demonstrated that alcohol is oneRead more
  3. photo Holistic Brain CareHolistic Brain CareTreatment
    certainly contributing to your risk of both age-related dementia and heart disease. Or, you can look at things from another perspective: If you proactively control your blood sugar, eat a primarily whole foodRead more
  4. photo Cheers! Drinking champagne regularly combats Alzheimer's disease while boosting spatial memory, research showsCheers! Drinking champagne regularly combats Alzheimer's disease while boosting spatial memory, research showsNews
    a respected university shows that drinking champagne can help to prevent Alzheimer's disease and dementia. (Upcoming: Sign up now for the FREE online Alzheimer's and Dementia Summit.) The study was carried outRead more
  5. photo Protect Your Brain With the Mediterranean DietProtect Your Brain With the Mediterranean DietArticle
    Eating a Mediterranean diet appears to be associated with a lower risk of mild cognitive impairment—a stage between normal aging and dementia, or of transitioning from mild cognitive impairmentRead more
  6. photo The Lowdown: Is Beer A Healthy Drink?The Lowdown: Is Beer A Healthy Drink?Article
    , heart disease, Type 2 diabetes and dementia. Moderate consumption has also been shown to increase good cholesterol (HDL) and lower the bad (LDL). There may even be a connection between the occasionalRead more
  7. photo Five rules for living a long, healthy lifeFive rules for living a long, healthy lifeNews
    costs associated with obesity, smoking and alcoholism are staggering. In Britain alone, the estimated cost of obesity to the nationalsystem is more than $7.8 billion per year; alcohol-related diseasesRead more
  8. photo Mental health issues could shorten life more dramatically than smokingMental health issues could shorten life more dramatically than smokingNews
    time, the study team looked at a wide range of previous studies which covered over 1.7 million people, over 250,000 deaths, and a wide range of conditions - mental health issues, alcohol and substanceRead more
  9. photo High Fructose Corn Syrup Now Labeled as Fructose or HFCS-90High Fructose Corn Syrup Now Labeled as Fructose or HFCS-90News
    , or HFCS, contains 42% or 55 percent fructose. Health issues relating to free fructose include diabetes, leaky gut syndrome, and liver failure.The Corn Refiners Association states,"...HFCS-90 is sometimesRead more
  10. photo Coffee SurprisesCoffee SurprisesTreatment
    diseases such as arthritis, cardiovascular disease and even dementia. (4) Coffee Protects the Brain - Two recent systemic reviews evaluated the effects of caffeine exposure with regard to Alzheimer’sRead more

Alcohol-related dementia

Disease

Alcohol-related dementia (ARD) is a form of dementia caused by long-term, excessive drinking, resulting in neurological damage and impaired mental processing.Alcohol-related dementia is a broad term currently preferred among medical professionals. Many experts use the terms alcohol (or alcoholic) dementia to describe a specific form of ARD, characterized by impaired executive function...More