Dementia striking 30 year olds (Video) . . . my question is , "Why, why now — and at such a young age? What is really causing this? ~J

The Striatum; part of the basal ganglia; neura...

The Striatum; part of the basal ganglia; neural pathways between the striatum and the frontal lobe have been implicated in planning function. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)


I look after my mother as part of my life, she is 90 and has dementia ,but l did a study at college looking at this very subject! The main causes being studied back in the 90’s was the exhaust fumes from cars, also various foods and materials we use, and also what they call “slip of the tongue syndrome” which starts due to our pace of life, trying to cram too much into the neural pathways of our brain! The investigation goes on and a great post shared, liked and sent to my network! #AceHealthNews





Healing A Broken Heart – A Really Heart Warming True Story


This is a heart-warming story about a daughter who saved her father’s life with food.

On her way off to Ecuador, she had a premonition of something negative that was going to happen to her dad. She returned home, got out of the airport, and her sister told her that he was having multiple heart attacks and looking at a quadruple bypass. Their mother had cervical cancer.

Fortunately for the dad involved, his daughter, Dina Knight, understood the simple difference between healthy and unhealthy food.