Author: Krista Hillis

Krista Hillis

Krista has a B.A.Sc degree, specializing in psychology and neuroscience. She is actively involved in the mental health and caregiving community, aiming to help others. Krista is also passionate about nutrition and the ways in which lifestyle choices affect and influence the human brain.

What Drugs Are Approved to Treat Alzheimer’s?

Although there is not a cure for Alzheimer’s, various medications are still available. These drugs target specific symptoms, improving a patient’s quality of life. In some cases, these medications can lead to improvements that last several years. Currently, there are five FDA-approved drugs. These include donepezil, galantamine, memantine, rivastigmine, as

Could Virtual Reality Be the Future When Diagnosing Alzheimer’s?

Virtual reality has come a long way in recent years, being used in a wide range of industries. Although you may first associate this technology with gaming, virtual reality is also an integral component of various research projects. Just recently, Dr. Zahra Moussavi from the University of Manitoba, found that