Hopeful New Direction for Alzheimers Research, From the February 2013 Harvard Women’s Health Watch

Boston MA (PRWEB) February 04, 2013

None of the current treatments for Alzheimer’s can stop the disease or slow the process that leads to its theft of memory and personality. A new direction in Alzheimers research, highlighted in the February 2013 issue of the Harvard Women’s Health Watch, may someday change that.

For the past 20 or even 30 years weve been focused on treating the end stage of Alzheimers, and we must shift our paradigm to start thinking about prevention, says Dr. Reisa Sperling, director of the Center for Alzheimers Research and Treatment at Harvard-affiliated Brigham and Womens Hospital.

Dr. Sperling and other researchers are focusing on several approaches for early intervention, before Alzheimer’s affects memory, thinking, and behavior. Three key areas include:

Happy New Year from Fine Treatment and Wishes Be Healthier Rejecting Aggressive Treatment Options for Chronic Conditions as Thermobalancing Therapy Helps Naturally


London, UK (PRWEB) December 29, 2012

Yesterday the Kuwait Times cited Muna Al-Fuzai expressing perfectly what millions of people with chronic condition think: My New Year wishes are about having and wishing others good health and happiness. If you are sick, then no amount of money or a cruise on the sea in a fancy yacht or a first class trip around the world can help you feel any better.

In line with the wishes, the Thermobalancing therapy enhances health well-being, as Dr. Allens therapeutic devices treat internal chronic diseases, such as enlarged prostate, coronary heart disease and back pain, without resort to harmful long-term medications and risky surgeries, reveals Fine Treatment.

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