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Hi, this is Jane! If you’re looking for specific solutions to your cognitive health, you’ve landed in the right place! This blog is a collection of my best tidbits and tips!

September Research Round-Up: Findings for Longevity

A compilation of some of the most exciting findings on preventing cognitive decline and extending lifespans.

August Research Round-Up: Living Longer, Better

A compilation of some of the most exciting findings on preventing cognitive decline and extending lifespans.

July Research Round-Up: Preventing Cognitive Decline

Given the busy summer season, we've compiled a convenient list of some of the most exciting findings on preventing cognitive decline and extending lifespans.

Assessing Frailty Earlier to Stay Healthy Longer

Our focus should be on helping people live healthier lives, rather than just extending their lifespan.

Walk — to Keep Living, Ward off Disease. and Prolong Memory

Invigorating walking improves blood flow to the brain, which helps preserve cognitive functioning.

Flexing Our Muscles Can Lead to a Longer, Healthier, and More Vigorous Life

One important way of extending our life spans in a style that keeps us both active and healthy in our later years is to concentrate on caring for our muscles. That means not only exercise but focusing on how much protein we’re eating each day.

Some Reason for Optimism on the Alzheimer’s Front

Early and limited application of a newly developed gene therapy has given researchers hope that certain Alzheimer’s patients can be protected from the vicious ravages of the disease.

Low Skeletal Muscle Mass Is Associated with Cognitive Decline as Individuals Age

Researchers Describe Bodily Mechanisms that Link Dementia with Lack of Physical Exercise

Zombie Cells Might Not Be All Bad

Not all zombies always act like zombies. At least not when it comes to cells that are thought to lead to Alzheimer’s and other age-related diseases, and not according to research conducted by the University of California at San Francisco (UCSF).

New Hallmarks Designated for Tackling Alzheimer’s and Curtailing the Aging Process

A March, 2022, conference in Copenhagen, “New Hallmarks of Aging,” addressed the nexus between aging and disease and came up with a new list of age-related conditions — or “hallmarks” — that once fully analyzed and researched may offer science more ways to slow the aging process and fight chronic cognitive diseases.

Is Alzheimer’s Truly a Brain Disease, or Could It Arise from an Auto-immune Disorder?

As scientists continue working to develop medications and search for tools to help individuals elude Scientists traditionally have looked at Alzheimer’s disease almost exclusively as a chronic brain dysfunction, caused by a recalcitrant protein known as beta-amyloid.

Even Mild Exercise Can Help Diminish the Onset of Dementia

As scientists continue working to develop medications and search for tools to help individuals elude dementia, several recently published studies confirm that exercise is a very effective method to retain memory and keep the brain vibrant.

The New Alzheimer’s Drug – Deborah Kan Summary

A new drug to help slow the rate of cognitive decline, Lecanemab, was announced this week by Biogen and Eisai.

Why Supplement with Methylene Blue & How to Mix It

Mixing methylene blue and finding the right dose can get confusing. This video explains how to do it. The methylene blue product mentioned is from Use jane10 at checkout to receive a $10 discount on an order of $70 or more.

What If This Works? (Part 2)

In part one, the author, David Hoffman, Jane Rogers' husband, described what it was like to discover physiological evidence that seemed to support his lower biological age markers. In part two, he explains the various interventions he has been following to increase his healthspan and his concerns about hubris.

What If This Works? (Part 1)

If an old grey mouse can turn back the clock and grow black fur again, why can’t we? After a year following protocols to extend his healthspan, the author shares what it feels like when he begins to experience physical changes that seem to confirm increasing longevity.

The Sequence of COVID, Shingles, and Herpes viruses in Alzheimer’s

A vaccine used to combat a common virus that causes chickenpox and shingles also may “considerably” diminish the risk of dementia, researchers at Tufts University have suggested.

Jane’s Tip: Morning NAD Booster Routine

Dr. David Sinclair’s research at Harvard University shows MNM boosts NAD+ which slows many of the aspects of aging.

Behavior Modification Seen As New Approach To Combating Dementia

Can improving your hearing or eyesight, or stopping smoking, help protect you against the peril of dementia? An increasing number of researchers seem to think so.

Fecal Microbiota Transfers in Mice Reverse Some Aging Processes

The transplantation of fecal microbiota from young mice to older mice has been found to reverse the aging process of the animals’ brains, eyes, and guts.

Game Changing Longevity and Healthspan Research

billions of dollars will now be available for longevity and healthspan research established by a Saudi Royal Decree. 

Hope! Even When You Have an Alzheimer’s Diagnosis

A recently published study offers encouragement in halting memory loss and reversing early stage Alzheimer’s.

New Genetic Study

Researchers have discovered 42 new genes that potentially could serve as risk factors — or warning signs — for the advent of Alzheimer’s disease.

Nearly 50% of Seniors Die with Dementia

Almost half of elderly Americans are diagnosed with dementia at the time of their deaths. There are ways to prepare.

Ridding the Pantry

The gluten found in wheat is inflaming your body. Reducing your bodily inflammation is important in Alzheimer’s prevention.

Two-Prong Attack to Help Prevent Alzheimer’s

Fighting Alzheimer's involves a two-prong attack: 1. correcting insufficiencies in your body 2. slow aging

Metformin, Men and Birth Defect

Metformin use by men within three months of conception is linked to a 40% increase in major birth defects of their babies. 

How To Tell If You Have The Alzheimer’s Gene and Why It’s Important

Getting your genetics tested will let you know if you carry the main gene for Alzheimer’s, APOE e4.


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