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By Michael Murphy on July 12th, 2008.

How the brain works A family often finds it easier to accept the Alzheimer's patient's cognitive problems than his or her behavior problems, which may make the patient seem deliberately uncooperative, spiteful, or just plain mean. But both kinds of pro...


By Michael Murphy on July 12th, 2008.

These images represent a cross-section of the brain as seen from the front. The cross-section on the left represents a brain from a...


By Michael Murphy on July 12th, 2008.

Alzheimer's Home>Publications>Unraveling the Mystery Part 1: A Walking Tour Through the Brain The brain is a remarkable organ. Seemingly without any effort, it allows us to carry out every element of our daily lives. It m...


By Michael Murphy on July 12th, 2008.

The Brain and Alzheimer's Disease-Part XXI Introduction Alzheimer's disease (AD) is not a normal process of aging. It is an irreversible, progressive disease that eventually affects our ability to do the simplest tasks of everyday living. The incide...


By Michael Murphy on July 11th, 2008.

What is Alzheimers Introduction Alzheimer’...


By Michael Murphy on July 9th, 2008.

This Can Happen to You A Heart Attack Know your cholesterol level Total Blood Cholesterol level Recommendation Desirable Less than 200 mg/dl. (5.16 m.mol/L) ...


By Michael Murphy on June 20th, 2008.

Test Overview Thyroid hormone tests are blood tests that check how well the thyroid gland is working. The thyroid gland makes hormones that regulate the way the body uses energy. Related Articles Thyroid hormone medications for hypothyr...


By Michael Murphy on June 14th, 2008.

Fight the Hep A, B, and C Virus without drugs and the undesirable side effects of drugs. Strengthen your immune system with pure, natural Mesosilver®. Mesosilver® Colloidal Silver Mesosilver is a true colloidal silver consisting of pure, steri...


By Michael Murphy on June 5th, 2008.

Phobias list of all types A Ablutophobia - Fear of washing or bathing. Acarophobia - Fear of itching or of the insects that cause itching. Acerophobia - Fear of sourness. Achluophobia - Fear of darkness. Acousticophobia - Fear of noise...


By Michael Murphy on May 23rd, 2008.

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By Michael Murphy on April 18th, 2008.

Acupressure Dating back 5000 years, acupressure is part of traditional Chinese medicine and is often described as "acupuncture without the needles." As a non-intrusive precursor of acupuncture, acupressure uses deep finger pressure applied a...


By Michael Murphy on April 17th, 2008.

ACUPUNCTURE POINT: Specific points of energy along Acupuncture Meridians. ALARM POINT: Specific Acupuncture Points used for the detection of Over Energy in Meridians. CIRCUIT LOCATE: To Circuit Locate is to access nerve or energy circuit...