The only known circumstance that appears to protect against the development of Alzheimer’s disease (Alz) is having an advanced education or engaging in a job that demands using sophisticated cognitive skills. Given this general fact, there have been a number of attempts to instill whatever is allowing higher education to protect against developing Alz. The only two circumstances that appear to emulate having an advanced education is a habit of reading books and the cognitive exercise program of Posit Science.
The previous paragraph was written to encourage reading books. Most of what is advocated for you to read is related to the critical risks we have identified that set the conditions for Alz. However, we do provide a few other kinds of books or reading material. Those are given in the section of the bookstore called general interest. As we read other good books, we are apt to post them in that section.
Most of the books shown here are on one of our bookshelves. Rarely, we rely on others’ reviews of the books. We use brief descriptions of the books sometimes as they appear in the product information section of AmazonSmile.com.