ALLERGY, RESPIRATORY
Obesity May Raise Kids' Allergy Risk
Asthmatics Who Quit Smoking May Reverse Lung Damage
Climate Change Could Sting Allergy, Asthma Sufferers
ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE
Relaxation Tapes or Mozart Lower Blood Pressure
Quit Smoking the Holistic Way
When Healing Becomes a Commodity
ANIMAL CARE
Rest Easy. When It Comes to Swine Flu, Your Pet Is Safe
Animals Respond to Acupuncture's Healing Touch
Safe Toys for Dogs
BONES & JOINTS
Tai Chi May Help Ease Fibromyalgia
Stem Cells Might Treat Tough Fractures
Rheumatoid Arthritis May Harm Gums
CANCER
Vitamin E, Selenium and Soy Won't Prevent Prostate Cancer
Green Tea Compound Slowed Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia
Ginger Can Ease Nausea From Chemotherapy Treatments
CAREGIVING
High Rate of Rehospitalizations Costing Billions
Child's Food Allergies Take Toll on Family Plans
Baby's Sleep Position May Not Affect Severity of Head Flattening
CIRCULATORY SYSTEM
Vitamins Do Older Women Little Good
Secondhand Smoke Quickly Affects Blood Vessels
Drink a Little Wine, Live a Little Longer
COSMETIC
Study Evaluates Laser Therapies for Hair Removal
The Acne Drug Accutane More Than Doubles Depression Risk
With Psoriasis, the Internet May Offer Hope
DENTAL, ORAL
Gum Disease May Reactivate AIDS Virus
Amino Acid May Be Key to Strong Teeth
Dental Implants Need More Work Than Root Canals
DIABETES
Red-Grape Compound May Improve Diabetes
Findings Challenge Tight Glucose Control for Critically Ill Patients
Drug May Not Help Diabetes-Related Eye Damage
DIET, NUTRITION
Adding Garlic Might Cut Cancer Risk
Fatty Acid in Olive Oil Wards Off Hunger
10 Beginner Tips for Fast Weight Loss, the Low-Carb Way!
DISABILITIES
Could Your Cell Phone Help Shield You From Alzheimer's?
Review Finds Marijuana May Help MS Patients
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH
Household Insecticides May Be Linked to Autoimmune Diseases
Home Renovations by Affluent Families Can Unleash Lead Threat
Golf Course Insecticides Pose Little Danger to Players
EYE CARE, VISION
'Blind' Man Navigates Obstacle Course Without Error
Impotence Drugs Don't Harm Vision: Study
Drinking Green Tea May Protect Eyes
FITNESS
Simple Exercise Precautions To Help Keep Baby Boomers Fit
Maximize Your Run
Vigorous Exercise Can Cut Breast Cancer Risk
GASTROINTESTINAL PROBLEMS
New Guidelines Issued for Management of IBS
Intestinal Bacteria Trigger Immune Response
Bowel Prep Harder on Women Than Men
GENERAL HEALTH
Time to Remind Teens About Sun Protection
Maximize Your Run
Asparagus May Ease Hangover
HEAD & NECK
Many Children Will Outgrow Headaches
Zen May Thicken Brain, Thwart Pain
Ski Helmets Encouraged for All
HEALTH & TECHNOLOGY
The Internet Is Becoming One-Stop Shopping for Health Help
E-Mailing Your Way to Healthier Habits
Combating Myths About Seasonal Allergies
HEARING
Summer Sounds Can Lead to Hearing Loss
Noise Hurts Men's Hearing More, Study Shows
HEART & CARDIOVASCULAR
Chinese Red Yeast Rice May Prevent Heart Attack
Exercise May Blunt Salt's Effect on Hypertension
Research Shows Genetic Activity of Antioxidants
INFECTIOUS DISEASE
Bacterial Infections May Succumb to Honey
Viral Infection Might Trigger High Blood Pressure
Swine Flu Is Now a Pandemic Says W.H.O.
INFERTILITY
Obesity May Affect Fertility in Young Womene
KID'S HEALTH
Exercise in Adolescence May Cut Risk of Deadly Brain Tumor
Help Your Kids Stay Active
Health Tip: Back Pain in Children
MEN'S HEALTH
Lots of Sex May Prevent Erectile Dysfunction
Physical Activity May Prolong Survival After Colon Cancer
Drinking Green Tea May Slow Prostate Cancer
MENTAL HEALTH
A Little Alcohol May Stave Off Alzheimer's
Cinnamon Breaks Up Brain Plaques, May Hold Key to Fighting Alzheimer’s
Fear Response May Stem From Protein in Brain
PAIN
Acupuncture, Real or Fake, Eases Back Pain
Alleviating Rheumatoid Arthritis
Tai Chi May Help Ease Fibromyalgia
PHYSICAL THERAPY
PREGNANCY
Alternative Treatments May Boost IVF Success
Mom's Extra Pregnancy Pounds May Raise Child's Heart Risks
Obesity May Affect Fertility in Young Womene
SENIORS
Friends, Not Grandkids, Key to Happy Retirement
More Whole Grains May Mean Less Fat
Older Adults May Have Some Immunity to Swine Flu
SEXUAL HEALTH
SLEEP DISORDERS
Better Sleep, Grades Seem to Go Up
Pay Attention to Signs That Say You're Too Fatigued to Drive
Lose Weight, Sleep Apnea May Improve
WOMEN'S HEALTH
Natural Relief for Painful Menstrual Cramps
Exercise During Pregnancy Keeps Newborn Size Normal
Green Tea May Help Treat Uterine Fibroids
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Memory Loss Help from Brain Supplement Prevagen

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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).

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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