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5 Key Advancements in Tourette’s Syndrome Research

Tourette’s Syndrome, a neurological disorder characterized by repetitive, involuntary movements and vocalizations known as tics, has been the subject of ongoing research and study. Recent advancements in the field have provided valuable insights and potential breakthroughs in understanding and managing this condition. Let’s explore some of the latest advancements in Tourette’s Syndrome research. Genetic Discoveries …

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Quitting Smoking: How to Overcome the Addiction for Good

Quitting smoking is a challenging but highly rewarding journey that can significantly improve your health and quality of life. Understanding the addiction and how to conquer it is key to successfully breaking free from tobacco. Here’s a guide to help you quit smoking for good. Understanding Nicotine Addiction Nicotine, found in tobacco, is a highly …

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Unveiling the Hidden Struggles: Understanding PTSD Triggers and Coping Mechanisms

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a complex mental health condition that affects millions of people worldwide. Those living with PTSD often face a daily battle against its symptoms, which can be triggered by a variety of stimuli and situations. In this blog, we’ll explore the concept of PTSD triggers, delve into the science behind them, …

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PRESS – Why older adults worried about Alzheimer’s should get their memory tested

By Tony Dearing | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com published November 8, 2022 Jim and Geri Taylor travel across the U.S. and Europe to educate people about Alzheimer’s, reduce stigma and support research. They say getting your memory tested annually can be an important early defense against the disease. (Photo above courtesy of Jim Taylor) …

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PRESS — A radical new treatment for Alzheimer’s makes its way to N.J.

A breakthrough in the treatment of Alzheimer’s has eluded researchers for nearly two decades, but they’re hoping for success with a novel new biotech drug. By Tony Dearing | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com Published May. 17, 2021 When you’ve been searching for a cure for Alzheimer’s, and you haven’t seen a single success for …

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PRESS – Here comes a whole new approach to battling Alzheimer’s, and New Jersey will play a lead role

By Tony Dearing | NJ Advance Media for NJ.compublished April 22, 2019   The science of epigenetics offers a potential new way to combat Alzheimer’s. (photo above: Canva)   Scientists have identified dozens of genes that may contribute to Alzheimer’s disease.   But just as genetic makeup plays a role in the risk for Alzheimer’s, …

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PRESS — Is gum disease tied to Alzheimer’s? If so, that might be a clue to a cure

Alzheimer’s patients are being recruited for a clinical trial that seeks to treat a form of bacteria believed to travel from the mouth to the brain, attacking healthy brain cells and causing or contributing to dementia. By Tony Dearing | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com Published May. 26, 2020 What’s bad for the mouth may …

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PRESS — Memory screening helps prevent dementia, and you can get it for free here in N.J.

A free, brief form of memory screening is being offered to older adults in New Jersey to promote healthy brain aging and reduce the risk of dementia. By Tony Dearing | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com Published Oct. 18, 2021 If you’re worried about the threat of dementia, there’s something you can do right now …

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PRESS — 8 ways to reduce your risk of Alzheimer’s (and maybe help researchers find a cure faster)

Volunteering to participate in a clinical trials could help researchers find a cure for Alzheimer’s sooner, experts say. By Tony Dearing | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com Published Mar. 26, 2019 The threat of Alzheimer’s disease looms over an aging America, but could a cure be in the offing? And if so, how soon? Experts …

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