Monday, March 19, 2012

Brain stimulator helps slow man's Alzheimer's disease

I see it's been awhile since I have posted here... but today I post up some possible news of a breakthrough in the treatment of early stage Alzheimer's Disease.   Canadian researchers have seemingly proven in early tests that if the memory cells of the brain can be constantly stimulated with continuous electrical current then the deterioration of memory might be arrested.  Thus far, they have only tried this in a few patients, but the majority showed improvement.  Also, it only seems to work in people in the early stages of the disease.  The next step is a larger study some of which will be conducted in the United States.   See the details at the video link below...

Brain Stimulator Helps Slow Man's Alzheimer's Disease

Also, in other important news, St. Patrick's Day was last Saturday and the results for the best commercial celebrating the day has been posted.  See this link.


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