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Herb May Counter Liver Damage From Chemo
CAREGIVING
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What Moms Learned May Be Passed to Offspring
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COSMETIC
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An Oral Approach to Heart Disease
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DIABETES
Vitamin K Slows Insulin Resistance in Older Men
Lifestyle Factors Tied to Older Adults' Diabetes Risk
Study Shows Turmeric May Prevent Type 2 Diabetes
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Low Vitamin D Levels May Initiate Cancer Development
Adults Need To Get Thier Food Facts Straight
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EYE CARE, VISION
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GASTROINTESTINAL PROBLEMS
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Olive Oil May Protect Against Bowel Disease
GENERAL HEALTH
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Quit Smoking the Holistic Way
Most Women Struggle With Rising Health Care Costs
HEAD & NECK
Ski Helmets Encouraged for All
Many Children Will Outgrow Headaches
Zen May Thicken Brain, Thwart Pain
HEALTH & TECHNOLOGY
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HEARING
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Grapefruit Compound Inhibits Hepatitis C Virus
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KID'S HEALTH
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PREGNANCY
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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