Jul
29

Testing for Dementia and Successful Therapies After Diagnosis

Testing for Dementia and Successful Therapies After Diagnosis by Neal Rouzier, MD Alzheimer's Dementia Case Study Recently, I was asked to consult on a 70 y/o man who was diagnosed with AD. Ten years ago he was gainfully employed as an accountant but had rapidly progressive dementia thereby making work impossible, thus mandating retirement. After undergoing
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Jul
29

Hormones and Alzheimer’s: Prevention & Treatment

Hormones and Alzheimer's: Prevention & Treatment by  Neal Rouzier, MD In keeping with my intent to provide a literature update/review that goes beyond that which is taught in the Hormone Optimization series, I wish to address another organ and system that is of utmost importance, but that is not well addressed by mainstream medicine at
By Neal Rouzier | Academic Summit 2022 . Blog . Dementia . Disease
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Jul
22

Hormones and Long-Term Brain Health

Hormones and Long-Term Brain Health by Krista Russ We have now discussed several etiologies behind Alzheimer’s Dementia. We know that a healthful lifestyle, including maintaining a healthy weight, are important factors correlated with lower AD risk. Many of the pathways that contribute to AD are unique from each other, but what all of them share
By Krista Russ | Academic Summit 2022 . Blog . Dementia . Other
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