E-Newsletter: August, 11 2015


Triple-digit summertime temperatures are a fact of life in parts of the United States. Most healthy adults can cope with heat since their bodies are able to maintain normal temperatures. However, this is more difficult for elderly people.

Below are tips to keeping yourself and your loved ones cool during the summer heat wave:

  1. Set your thermostat to 78 degrees when you leave the house
  2. If the temperature at night cools down, open the windows to bring inside temperatures down
  3. In the morning, close the blinds to cool down your house

Read the below expert reviewed articles about recent studies published in Alzheimer’s research. I hope you enjoy this month’s issue.

Your ALZinfo Team

Research Articles

How Brain Plaque Affects Your Memory

August 11, 2015

Beta-amyloid, a toxic protein when it builds up in the Read More

Memory Tests May Predict Alzheimer’s 18 Years Down the Road

August 11, 2015

Low scores on tests of memory and thinking skills may Read More

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