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Do Cold Sores Increase the Risk for Alzheimer Disease?

Have scientists ignored the data that suggest HSV-1 infection and cold sores increase the risk of dementia? Could antiviral drugs be helpful?

Joe Graedon - February 7, 2024

Could Exercise Save Your Brain?

Joe Graedon - January 31, 2024

Can People Catch Alzheimer’s Disease? Is It Transmissible?

Terry Graedon - January 31, 2024

Do Older People Improve Their Memories with Exercise?

Joe Graedon - January 29, 2024

Rediscovering Low-Dose Lithium for Mood Disorders

Joe Graedon - January 8, 2024

Are My Medications Causing Me Memory Problems?

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Joe Graedon - December 28, 2023

Why Have I Lost Faith in the FDA?

The FDA says that if it approves a drug, it's "SAFE and EFFECTIVE." Is that true? Have you lost faith in the FDA? Congress has new questions!

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Terry Graedon - December 7, 2023

How to Eat to Maintain Your Brain

To maintain your brain at its proper size and best function, eat a diet high in nutrients. That means plenty of veggies and not many cookies.