An Austin artist channels her mother's life with - and death from - Alzheimer's disease
As Lou Ann Bardash traveled between Austin and Illinois to care for her mother Doris, who was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease, she developed an overwhelming desire to understand what it must feel like to be falling into the Alzheimer's abyss.
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#1 Nov 24, 2013
TAP-A-CISE, The Tapping Solution To Preventing Alzheimer's Disease (Epigenetics)[Kindle Edition] amazon.com
Retha Horne (Author), CYTOLOGIST
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THIS BOOK TEACHES YOU HOW SIMPLY TAPPING YOUR FOREHEAD GENTLY CAN BRING UP SHORT TERM MEMORY RECALL.. YOU MUST EDUCATE YOURSELF TO TAKE THE FEAR OUT OF ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE. THE BOOKS GOES INTO DETAIL ON HOW EXERCISE INCREASES THE CAPILLARY EXCHANGE PROCESS TO REGENERATE NEW HEALTHY NEURONS OR BRAIN CELLS
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