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PERCEPTIV - A clinically proven, all natural way to keep your mind clear, sharp and active!
PERCEPTIV - A clinically proven, all natural way to keep your mind clear, sharp and active!

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Free webinars sponsored by the Banner Sun Health Research Institute throughout 2015!

Learn everything you wanted to know about Dementia, medications, planning for care and more. Previously recorded webinars are available for viewing. #dementia   #alzheimers  

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Yoga is great for any age & it’s never too late to start! Gentle yoga poses & tips for Seniors. Why wait, start today!

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Do you know the symptoms for alcohol related dementia– or did you even know such a  diagnosis existed? 

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Healthy and nutritious eating for anti-aging! Read to find out what broccoli, guava and various nuts can do to keep you looking as young as you feel …

Feed your brain with PERCEPTIV, visit perceptiv.com to find out how.

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A provocative way to view dementia, it’s not a debilitating disease but “a shift in the way a person experiences the world.”

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PERCEPTIV featured on NutraIngredients-USA.com! #PERCEPTIV   #thinkbetter   #cognition  

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New study finds criminal behavior in older adults may be a sign of dementia. If you’re noticing older loved ones are starting to get in trouble with the law it may be a sign of a brain disease. It may be time to seek mental evaluation, especially if brain disease runs in the family.

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In theaters nationwide today! A new film, Still Alice, sheds light on early onset Alzheimer’s. Julianne Moore stars as a 50 year old woman who is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, up to 5 percent of the more than 5 million Americans with Alzheimer’s have younger-onset.

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Sevo Nutraceuticals, Inc. announced today that PERCEPTIV™ Phase II clinical trial results were published this month in the online version of the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease.
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