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By Team Beller / October 5, 2019

Are People With High Conflict Personality Disorders Using Social Media To Spread Lies & Disrupt Society?Stress kills and those suffering high personality conflict disorders[i] (HCPD) create a perpetual climate of anxiety. Trolls, liars, bigots, haters, and blind partisans keep the entire nation/world in a 24/7 fight-or-flight response. Besides the falsehoods these people spread, which include […]


10 Smart Vaping Questions You Should Ask

By Team Beller / August 30, 2019

Updated September 7, 2019VAPING: Is it Dangerous? A Few ConclusionsIs there a vaping epidemic? We’ve seen public panic and politicizing since the recent reporting of a hundred or incidents where people entered emergency rooms with lung problems thought related to vaping. The CDC is investigating 193 cases of lung problems linked to vaping between June 28 […]


99 Problems With Multitasking

By Team Beller / August 22, 2019

 How Does Multitasking Effect Long-term Cognitive Health?Experts have debated whether multitasking effects long-term cognitive health in a positive or negative way for decades. Despite warnings by some authorities to avoid multitasking, we live in a computer world moving faster than we can keep up, which forces us to multitask whether or not we want to. Perhaps nothing […]



By Team Beller / August 13, 2019

ALZHEIMER’S TESTThe most frequent question we’ve fielded on the website the past month: Is there a test for Alzheimer’s?A Day Late & A Dollar ShortUntil now, doctors could not diagnosis Alzheimer’s disease until stage two symptoms, and then only through CAT scans and MRIs. MRI and CAT scans show protein deposit growth in the brain […]


Arrhythmias Overview

By Team Beller / June 5, 2019

Arrhythmias produce irregular heartbeats and fall into two categories based on pulse and two types predicated by location. Normal heartbeats fall between 60-90 beats per minute, except those who often workout whose normal pulse might be as low as 50 beats per minute. Arrhythmias heartbeats fall below or above the normal range.  Two Arrhythmia CategoriesTachycardia – Heart beats too fast (over 100 […]



By Team Beller / March 14, 2019

This is the first in a series of blogs revealing Beller Health Research Institute’s history. The series is not in chronological order, but instead focuses on events and how we evolved as an institute. This first historical blog focuses on dementia and what prompted me to write dozens of books and hundreds of blogs on […]


What is Frontotemporal Dementia (FTD)?

By Team Beller / February 10, 2019

About 60,000 Americans have Frontotemporal dementia (FTD).  What is Frontotemporal Dementia FTD? Frontotemporal dementia (FTD) results from frontal lobes and temporal progressive degeneration. Temporal, insular and frontal damage causes emotional instability, problem solving deterioration, erratic and inappropriate behavior. This also attacks one’s language skills. Three major frontotemporal dementia typesBehavior variant frontotemporal dementia (bvFTD).Semantic variant primary progressive […]


What is Lewy Body Dementia (LBD)?

By Team Beller / February 10, 2019

Lewy body dementia (LBD) is one of the three most prevalent forms of dementia, inflicting over 1.3 million Americans. What is Lewy Body Dementia (LBD)? Lewy body dementia (LBD) results when Lewy body protein (alpha-synucleins) cumulates in brain cells. As with protein associated with other dementias, researchers believe alpha-synucleins serve an important purpose until they stockpile […]


What is Vascular Dementia?

By Team Beller / February 9, 2019

Vascular dementia is the second or third most prevalent dementia. Behind Alzheimer’s, Vascular dementia and Lewy body dementia represent second and third, although the exact numbers are unknown. WHAT IS VASCULAR DEMENTIA? Vascular dementia results when a blocked artery prevents blood flow to the brain, resulting in memory loss, organizational deterioration, reasoning and judgement decline. There are […]

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