Alzheimers Care Facilities Kinston NC

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Lenoir Memorial Hospital Tcu
(252) 522-7171
100 Airport Rd
Kinston, NC
Specialty
Skilled Nursing Facilities

Leslie Reynolds
400 Glenwood Ave
Kinston, NC
Specialty
Neurology, Alzheimer's Specialist

Bryan Spader
2901 N Herritage St
Kinston, NC
Specialty
Psychiatry, Alzheimer's Specialist

Tar Heel Home Health
(252) 522-1458
115 Airport Road
Kinston, NC
Specialty
Home Health Agencies

Greene County Home Health Serv
(252) 747-8141
302 North Greene Street
Snow Hill, NC
Specialty
Home Health Agencies

Lenoir County Mental Health Developmen
(252) 527-7086
2901 North Heritage Street
Kinston, NC
Specialty
Alzheimer's Research FoundationAlzheimer's Research Foundation

Britthaven Of Kinston
(252) 523-0082
317 Rhodes Ave
Kinston, NC
Specialty
Skilled Nursing Facilities

Kinston Rehab And Healthcare Center
(252) 527-5146
907 Cunningham Rd Po Box 1438
Kinston, NC
Specialty
Skilled Nursing Facilities

Britthaven Of Snow Hill
(252) 747-8126
1304 Se Second St
Snow Hill, NC
Specialty
Skilled Nursing Facilities

Britthaven Of Ayden
(252) 746-8223
128 Snow Hill Road
Ayden, NC
Specialty
Skilled Nursing Facilities

Caffeine May Counteract Alzheimer’s Disease

By David Bois – first published on tonic.com on Tuesday, May 18, 2010 12:54 PM ET

In addition to that morning kick, caffeine may offer us protective benefits against Alzheimer’s disease according to a new study conducted in Portugal.

As Tonic reported this week, an Alzheimer’s disease diagnosis is made in America every 60 seconds. A cure that still eludes us (for not too much longer, we hope) and a population that is aging combine to compel us to remain vigilant and supportive of those who are afflicted and of others who care for them. In the meantime, fascinating bits of insight will arise that help us to better understand this cruel affliction, such as this one reported by Science Daily , which will make an appropriate companion read for that fresh cup of joe you just poured.

In a study of studies, researchers in Portugal have assembled and reviewed a collection of original experimental and epidemiological studies that explore the effects of caffeine on cognitive function and deterioration, and have found evidence that caffeine may slow the progress of the disease and may mitigate the erosion of cognitive function that AD can bring. The subsequent analysis, spearheaded by Alexandre de Mendonça from the University of Lisbon and Rodrigo A. Cunha from the University of Coimbra is available online in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease .

Among the primary findings that the ambitious research literature has uncovered are evidence for R...

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