Getting Ahead Of Alzheimer’s: Young People Look To Protect Brain Health | TODAY

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New research suggests that Alzheimer’s disease may start developing at a younger age, and young people, including actor Seth Rogen and wife Lauren, are taking action. NBC’s Maria Shriver takes a closer look at the science and the millennials making changes to their lifestyles.

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LIFESTYLE has to be viewed as a MEDICINE 👍🏿👍🏿👍🏿

Author — Super Sharda


"lifestyle really has to be a medicine in itself."

Author — Troy Müller


Alzheimer's is heartbreaking. It's like watching someone you love die everyday.

Author — Zeb Shah


Props, because I’m sure he was trying to help his moms and not just himself.

Author — Ryan Ortega


Funny thing ... medical professional aren’t practicing what they preach, bad sleep schedule, increase load of stress, lack of eating healthy, lack of exercise... funny how life is ...

Author — Coisa DaLatinoamerica


Processed foods and sugar are evil and are destroying us!!
I've been doing my best but I can I do more

Author — goyod6


Thank god im a math major/math I get TOO much brain stimulation.
doing math daily helps too. I had a professor my
Undergrad who was 93 and STILL teaching like he was 60

Author — Ho Sane


"When you're in you're 20s the last thing you wanna think about is how will my health be like in my 50s and my 60s"

I think about that all the time. I'm 19 and my biggest inspiration is Madonna; she started taking care of her health at a very young age and now at almost 61yrl she looks great.

Author — Raf Warner


The mother of a good friend of mine did just about every little bit that these Millenials are doing now, for many decades. She was a great example of a healthy lifestyle to her family. Her children follow now all she did.

Her children also buried her a couple of years ago. The cause: complications from Alzheimer’s. I attended her funeral.

There by the Grace of God we go...

Author — theduchessofkitty


I stop drinking * Alcohol and I run a lot I hope that helps

Author — john duran


i appreciate seeing this as my grandmother has Alzheimer's.. and some days are intense & stressful. Thanks

Author — Dawn Woody-Poitra


Im 61 now and I do remember my grandmother showing me and feeding me so many healthy foods, from her Italian roots, meditation foods, olive oil on everything ! and reading books. I feel my mind is sharp in many ways at this age and she lived to 96 but she was slowing down in her mind somewhat .

Author — Susan Wedell


White, E. G. (1977) Mind, Character, and Personality, vol. 1. Nashville, TN: Southern Publishing Association.

Great book on mind health

Author — Simon


1st. Anyway, you who are reading this. Have a great day. Stay blessed

Author — john derik


I'm losing my memory and balance sometimes too. Im very funny an at first it can be very funny very funny be very very frieghtning when you have nobdy

Author — Carol h


Stoners fighting Alzheimers is this Comedy Central?

Author — Bliss


Thank you seth rogan for raising awareness for Alzheimer's :).

Author — Adam Mendez


Take Tumeric every day and you won't get it. Its natural to South East Asia and that part of the world has the lowest neurological disorders.

Author — Ginger Nutz


Sadly, you can do that but can still get it. But yes! Take care of your body! ✌🏼

Author — courtney ballard


Can we get some actual science instead of celebrities and vague references to science studies?

Author — Sean Webb