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Dementia Mortality Tied to Olive Oil Consumption

Dementia Mortality Tied to Olive Oil Consumption — Results appear to be independent of overall diet quality by Judy George, Deputy Managing Editor, MedPage May 6, 2024 https://www.medpagetoday.com/neurology/dementia/109986 Key Takeaways Higher olive oil intake was associated with a lower risk of dementia-related mortality, a prospective study of 90,000 healthcare professionals showed. Eating at least 7 g […]

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Roland Griffiths Reflects on Scientific Investigations of Psychedelic Awakening

https://www.lucid.news/roland-griffiths-reflects-on-scientific-investigations-of-psychedelic-awakening/ BY ANN HARRISON SEPTEMBER 13, 2023 Roland Griffith’s pioneering 2006 study examining the impact of psilocybin on healthy participants opened the door for a new era of scientific inquiry into psychedelics. Together with fellow researchers Bob Jesse, Una McCann and Bill Richards, Griffiths found that psilocybin could spark mystical experiences that had lasting personal meaning and spiritual

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Dementia Linked With Depression in Early and Middle Life

— Can better depression treatment reduce dementia risk? by Judy George, Deputy Managing Editor, MedPage Today July 24, 2023 FROM https://www.medpagetoday.com/neurology/dementia/105607 Depression diagnosed in early, middle, or late life more than doubled the risk for subsequent dementia, a study of 1.4 million people in Denmark showed. The overall hazard of all-cause dementia among people diagnosed with depression

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Do Hormone Treatments for Menopause Increase Dementia Risk?

A new study suggests a link, but experts caution that there’s more to the story.   By Alisha Haridasani Gupta July 10, 2023   A large new study in Denmark suggested that hormone therapy — which women use to manage menopausal symptoms — was associated with an increased risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease and other types of dementia.

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Positive Results from Phase 2a Trial of Psychedelic for Major Depressive Disorder

Jan 25, 2023 Leah Kuntz SPL026 with supportive therapy sees positive results in patients with major depressive disorder. metamorworks/AdobeStock In the first placebo-controlled efficacy study completed to date exploring a short-duration psychedelic for depression, intravenous (IV) N,N-Dimethyltryptamine (DMT)—SPL026—with supportive therapy for the treatment of major depressive disorder (MDD), met the primary endpoint and demonstrated a

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What are the differences between the Vielight Neuro Alpha and Neuro Gamma devices?

    What are the differences between the Vielight Neuro Alpha and Neuro Gamma devices? The question, “When should I use an alpha frequency and when should I use a gamma frequency?” is not new. In the context of brain photobiomodulation and Vielight products, this question refers to the Vielight Neuro Alpha and Neuro Gamma

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Common Viruses Could Be Triggering Alzheimer’s Disease Onset

Published: August 1, 2022 | Molly Campbell Varicella zoster virus (VZV), which commonly causes chickenpox and shingles, activates herpes simplex virus (HSV) from dormancy in neural tissue grown in vitro, which then leads to an increase in plaque deposits and decrease in neural signaling – hallmarks of Alzheimer’s disease. Credit: Tufts University.   A new

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Managing Depression as an Inflammatory Condition

Managing Depression as an Inflammatory Condition Lylen Ferris, ND | March 17, 2021 Patients with major depression have been found to exhibit increased peripheral blood inflammatory biomarkers, including inflammatory cytokines. Cytokines have been shown to access the brain and interact with virtually every pathophysiologic domain known to be involved in depression, including neurotransmitter synthesis and metabolism, neuroendocrine function, and neural plasticity. A

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Alzheimer’s Pathology Linked to Diet

Can a certain variety of foods slow Alzheimer’s progression?     by Judy George, Senior Staff Writer, MedPage  May 6, 2021 https://www.medpagetoday.com/neurology/alzheimersdisease/92460   People who followed a Mediterranean-style diet closely had less amyloid and tau pathology, increased brain volume in regions vulnerable to Alzheimer’s disease, and better memory performance, a cross-sectional analysis in Germany showed. Higher

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