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Neurologist’s Most Important Tips To Helping Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease

Want To Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease? In my previous blog posts I’ve listed for you some important aspects of why women are at increased risk for developing Alzheimer’s disease [...]

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12 Tips To Reduce Risk Of Alzheimer’s Disease

12 Good Health Habits To Reduce Your Risk Of Alzheimer's Disease: How can we keep our brains tuned later in life? Stay engaged. Memory changes can be frustrating, but the good news is that, [...]

Women’s Hormone Replacement and Alzheimer’s Disease Risk

In another study called the Cache County Study, women who initiated hormone replacement therapy within at least 5 years of menopause had a 30% reduced risk of developing Alzheimer's disease.

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Women’s Hormones & Alzheimer’s Disease Risks

Now there's another layer or risk because we know that women who have their ovaries removed before the natural age of menopause and therefore have an abrupt and somewhat unnatural decline in [...]

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APOE4 Gene Alzheimer’s Disease Testing

In terms of this APOE4 gene and women's risk of Alzheimer's disease, it's very interesting to note that human beings have what are called sexually dimorphic brains.

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Alzheimer’s Disease Risk For Women

Hi, I'm Dr. Ken Sharlin with Sharlin Health & Neurology. We're going to talk a little bit today about the remarkable differences in Alzheimer's disease when it comes to looking at the risk for [...]

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A Woman’s Guide to the Brain: Part 3 – The Shaking Palsy

In 1817, the English doctor, James Parkinson, described what has become known as Parkinson’s disease in a report of six cases he titled, “An Essay on the Shaking Palsy.”

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A Woman’s Guide To The Brain: Part 2 Understanding Adrenal Fatigue

ADRENAL FATIGUE EXPLAINED: THIS IS KAREN’S STORY Karen was the third person to see me in the past couple of weeks with nearly the same medical history.

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A Woman’s Guide to the Brain: Part 1 Alzheimer’s Disease

It is through our actions that we can turn on health-promoting genes, and turn off disease-promoting ones. In this sense, it is reasonable to ask what can women do to reduce their risk of [...]