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Five Effects of Poor Nutrition in the Elderly

12/08/2014 Tags: all, guides, science, health

Malnutrition or poor dietary habits are harmful for everyone, but the elderly are especially vulnerable to its negative consequences. Malnutrition involves a deficiency of the main nutritional components, such as protein, carbohydrates, vitamins or minerals.
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Modern medicine is still puzzled by Alzheimer’s disease, and once the diagnosis is clearly formulated and established, doctors can do very little to stop its progression. Alzheimer’s disease is a manifestation of brain degeneration. There
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Anti-Aging and Neuroprotective Smart Drugs

01/04/2014 Tags: all, science

Our brains are constantly ageing. Even through normal function, the neurons that make up your brain are subject to the build-up toxins, physical damage, chemical changes and premature death. Over time these factors can lead
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What are Nootropics?

24/03/2014 Tags: all, beginners, guides, science

Nootropics are cognitive enhancers that are neuroprotective or extremely non-toxic. Nootropic Criteria: 1. Enhances learning and memory. 2. Enhance learned behaviours under conditions which are known to disrupt them. Example: hypoxia (oxygen deficiency). 3. Protect
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Nootropics To Fight Disease

24/03/2014 Tags: all, guides, science, health

  Groundbreaking discoveries over the past 20 years have led to a staggeringly complex understanding in the field of neuropharmacology. Now with targeted therapies focusing on precise neurotransmitters systems and well understood receptor subgroups, many
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Noopept - The Latest Nootropic

24/03/2014 Tags: all, beginners, science

One important flagship Nootropic is Noopept. A team funded by Russian pharmaceutical company JSC LEKKO, began studies by simulating brain injury in the laboratory. This allowed scientists to effectively tests different compounds to determine their
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How Do They Work?

24/03/2014 Tags: all, beginners, guides, science

There are many different nootropics, explaining the mechanism of action of each individual one would be a very long article. However, there are some general pathways that should be described. Some mechanisms are so new
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