ALLERGY, RESPIRATORY
Folic Acid Might Offer Allergy Relief
'Safe' Ozone Levels May Not Be for Some
Air Quality Better in Northeast, Midwest
ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE
Fish Oil's Benefits Remain Elusive
When Healing Becomes a Commodity
Wristbands May Lessen Nausea After Radiation
ANIMAL CARE
Safe Toys for Dogs
Animals Respond to Acupuncture's Healing Touch
Rest Easy. When It Comes to Swine Flu, Your Pet Is Safe
BONES & JOINTS
Almost Half of Adults Will Develop Knee Osteoarthritis by 85
Rheumatoid Arthritis May Harm Gums
Pain More a Cause of Arthritis Than a Symptom
CANCER
Acupuncture May Help Relieve Polycystic Ovary Syndrome
No Verdict Yet on Grape Seed Extract vs. Breast Cancer
Spice Compounds May Stem Tumor Growth
CAREGIVING
Omega-3 Fatty Acid May Help 'Preemie' Girls' Brains
Tiniest Babies Carry Biggest Costs
Timing May Matter in Organ Donation Decisions
CIRCULATORY SYSTEM
Support Network May Play Role in Benefits of Drinking
Common Antioxidant Might Slow Parkinson's
Obesity Linked to Heart Failure Risk
COSMETIC
Study Evaluates Laser Therapies for Hair Removal
With Psoriasis, the Internet May Offer Hope
Contact Lenses Boost Kids' Self-Image
DENTAL, ORAL
Sports Drinks May Be Tough on Teeth
Obesity Boosts Gum Disease Risk
Good Oral Hygiene May Protect Against Heart Infections
DIABETES
Poor Blood Sugar Control After Heart Surgery Impacts Outcomes
'Standard' Glucose Test May Be Wrong One for Obese Children
Vitamin K Slows Insulin Resistance in Older Men
DIET, NUTRITION
Red Meat No No No But Oily Fish Yes Yes Yes
Even in 'Last Supper,' Portion Sizes Have Grown
Most Fast-Food French Fries Cooked in Unhealthiest Oil
DISABILITIES
Could Your Cell Phone Help Shield You From Alzheimer's?
Review Finds Marijuana May Help MS Patients
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH
Flame-Retardant Chemical Linked to Conception Problems
Global Warming Biggest Health Threat of 21st Century, Experts Say
Short-Term Air Pollution Exposure May Damage DNA
EYE CARE, VISION
Sports Eye Injuries Leading Cause of Blindness in Youths
Unconscious Learning: In the Eye of the Beholder?
Cases of Age-Related Farsightedness to Soar
FITNESS
Any Exercise Good After a Heart Attack
Fall Cleanup Is a Prime Time for Accidents
Will the Wii Keep You Fit?
GASTROINTESTINAL PROBLEMS
HRT Use Raises Risk of Stomach Trouble
Traditional Nonsurgical GERD Treatments Not Impressive
Soothing Imagery May Help Rid Some Kids of Stomach Pain
GENERAL HEALTH
Time to Remind Teens About Sun Protection
Have a Goal in Life? You Might Live Longer
Sleep and Do Better
HEAD & NECK
Many Children Will Outgrow Headaches
Ski Helmets Encouraged for All
Zen May Thicken Brain, Thwart Pain
HEALTH & TECHNOLOGY
Combating Myths About Seasonal Allergies
The Internet Is Becoming One-Stop Shopping for Health Help
'Comfort Dogs' Come to Emotional Rescue
HEARING
Summer Sounds Can Lead to Hearing Loss
Noise Hurts Men's Hearing More, Study Shows
HEART & CARDIOVASCULAR
Man's Best Friend Helps Mend Broken Hearts
Cherry-Enriched Diet Cut Heart Risks in Rats
Irregular Heartbeat Tied to Alzheimer's Disease
INFECTIOUS DISEASE
Chinese 'Devil Dung' Plant Could Be a Swine Flu Fighter
Viral Infection Might Trigger High Blood Pressure
Swine Flu Now Reported in All 50 States
INFERTILITY
Obesity May Affect Fertility in Young Womene
KID'S HEALTH
Breast-Feeding May Protect a Woman's Heart
Green Tea May Help Brain Cope With Sleep Disorders
Fussy Babys Could Be Out Of Your Control
MEN'S HEALTH
More Vitamin C May Mean Less Chance of Gout
Countdown to Hair Loss
Vigorous Exercise Cuts Stroke Risk for Men, Not Women
MENTAL HEALTH
Keeping Mentally Active Seems To Keep The Brain Active
A Simple 'Thank You' Brings Rewards to All
Fear Response May Stem From Protein in Brain
PAIN
Acupuncture, Real or Fake, Eases Back Pain
Are We Exercising Pain Away? Not So Much.
Tai Chi May Help Ease Fibromyalgia
PHYSICAL THERAPY
PREGNANCY
Placebo Acupuncture Tied to Higher IVF Pregnancies
Pregnant Women Exposed To Certain Pollutants Could Lower Childs IQ
Calcium Supplements Cut Blood Lead Levels During Pregnancy
SENIORS
Memory Loss Help from Brain Supplement Prevagen
Seniors Cope With Sleep Loss Better Than Young Adults
Protein Deposits May Show Up Before Memory Problems Occur, Study Says
SEXUAL HEALTH
SLEEP DISORDERS
Exercising Throat Muscles May Relieve Sleep Apnea
Meditation May Help Put Primary Insomnia to Bed
Moderate Aerobics May Ease Insomnia Symptoms
WOMEN'S HEALTH
Natural Childbirth Moms More Attuned to Babies' Cry
Being Active an Hour a Day Puts Brakes on Weight Gain
Active Young Women Need Calcium, Vitamin D
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Memory Loss Help from Brain Supplement Prevagen

Memory loss research by Quincy Bioscience results in the brain supplement called Prevagen® that helps slow memory loss and improves brain health.

Madison, WI - Memory loss research conducted by Quincy Bioscience laboratories has resulted in a natural brain supplement called Prevagen® that helps slow memory loss and improves brain health. The brain supplement’s key ingredient, Apoaequorin from jellyfish, is a calcium-binding protein that helps protect
healthy brain cells from brain cell death which is a cause of memory loss (http://www.prevagen.com).

Memory loss on any level is a scary proposition for both the person experiencing it and the familymembers around that person who might be a wife or husband, son, daughter, or friend. Media estimates report that tens of millions of Americans are suffering from slight memory loss such as forgetting the reasons for walking into a room, to dementia to Alzheimer’s with untold impact on families.

Most of us know how important calcium is for healthy bones and teeth. But most people don’t know that calcium plays a far greater role in the body. It’s the element for millions of cellular reactions and is essential for brain cell health. Calcium imbalance in the brain causes cell damage which can lead to forgetfulness. “Our laboratory research shows that Apoaequorin, the calcium binding protein in Prevagen, helps the nervous system balance calcium which can lead to better memory, focus and concentration,” says Mark Underwood, neuroscience researcher, President and co-founder of Quincy Bioscience. “The technical paper from this research presented at the Society for Neuroscience can be read at (http://www.prevagen.com/page.science).

Additionally, Quincy Bioscience has hundreds of consumer and caregiver reviews on the benefits of Prevagen and shares this one from JJ of Yakima, WA, “The benefits are far greater than I expected. I play tennis weekly with other people my age and younger, and I always had problems keeping score, until now.
I can now recall the score every time. I also no longer fumble trying to remember the names of my 8 grandchildren. I have the brain of a 31 year old now! To see other customer reviews talking about their memory loss visit http://www.prevagen.com/page.testimonials
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The memory loss brain supplement, Prevagen, is manufactured by Quincy
Bioscience, a Madison, Wisconsin based biotechnology company, focused on the discovery, development and marketing of new compounds to fight the mental aging process. The company's products focus on restoring calcium balance related to neurodegenerative disorders and other destructive age-related
mechanisms. Quincy Bioscience is developing health applications of the jellyfish protein apoaequorin for dietary supplement and pharmaceutical products. For more information visit www.quincybioscience.com.
* These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Memory Loss Help from Brain Supplement Prevagen

A jellyfish protein is the active ingredient in Prevagen