Jennifer Wegerer

About Jennifer Wegerer

Jennifer Wegerer is a writer and editor living in the Pacific Northwest. Originally from the Midwest, Jennifer graduated from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign with a degree in English and later earned a Certificate in Project Management from Portland State University. She's worked as a writer in the technical communications and marketing fields for over 15 years, taking a short break along the way to have twins. Along with writing, she enjoys movies, yoga, beach trips, wine tasting, and the chance to relax with friends and family.

Can Rhodiola Rosea Fight Alzheimer’s?

Can Rhodiola Rosea Fight Alzheimer’s?

The herb rhodiola rosea, native to mountainous regions of Europe, Asia and the Arctic, has shown to help reduce stress. It’s a staple of Eastern European and Scandinavian diets and is used to stimulate the nervous system, improve stamina and eliminate fatigue. Recently, rhodiola rosea has gained notice as a potential aid for memory loss, […]

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The Politicians Who Support Alzheimer’s Research and Funding

The Politicians Who Support Alzheimer’s Research and Funding

More than 5 million Americans currently have Alzheimer’s disease, according to the Alzheimer’s Association. Care costs, which include Medicare, Medicaid, long-term care and hospice, are around $203 billion. In today’s political climate, a lot of posturing surrounds budgets and spending. But it’s more than money that’s driving some politicians toward advocacy in the fight against […]

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