Alzheimer's disease and dementia could be treated with victoza

Victoza: Implications for New York Alzheimer’s Patients

A group of researchers from Lancaster University has made a groundbreaking discovery. A drug used in the treatment of Type 2 diabetes could likewise reverse memory loss in Alzheimer’s patients. Accordingly, the scientists treated transgenic mice with liraglutide. This injectable drug, also known as Victoza, can control glucose levels in Type 2 diabetic patients. However,…

New York Senior Book Review

Why Do You Think I Call You Mama? A Journey Through Dementia | New York Senior Book Reviews

Dementia is a cruel disease. The often slow descent into irreversible mental decline is horrific and traumatizing. Challenges abound at every stage, and not surprisingly, caregivers are at the forefront of the battle. To make matters worse, there’s no known cure for Alzheimer’s. For caregivers, hope often proves elusive. Fortunately, there are many books on…

home care after hospital discharge or surgery

Home Healthcare for Recuperation After Surgery in Bay Ridge

Just as patients were steered clear of using hospitals for certain surgeries in an effort to cut costs, that same impetus is forcing people out of their alternative, cost saving surgical facilities, way too soon as well.  Today’s trend of using these facilities instead of hospitals for surgery should set off warning messages.  With inadequate…