a 5-10 minutes presentation about a short article

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5 to 10 minutes presentation about a technical article

here is the link of the article:

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/03/01/well/move/frequ...

Also in the attachments a copy of a paper that I wrote about this article.

please use simple words because I am an international student and my english language is not that much good.

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Running head: Alternative Treatment for Early State Alzheimer’s Alternative Treatment for Early State Alzheimer’s Muhammad Yousf Eng 200 Prof. James Coffin Mar 2, 2017 Running head: Alternative Treatment for Early State Alzheimer’s Alternative Treatment for Early State Alzheimer’s Alzheimer’s disease is a degenerative disorder that attacks the neurological system of an individual. Various treatments have been offered so far. However, new research shows that physical activity may help to reduce the effects of the disease while the illness is still in its early stages. I am personally invested in the matter because I have seen just how debilitating the disease can be. The disease takes away the essence of a person. The people that suffer from Alzheimer’s disease in the United States of America number around five million. The article points out that the figure may even double in the coming twenty years. I read an article in the New York Times that concerned Alzheimer’s disease. It discussed how physical exercise can reduce the rate of neurological degeneration of the physical abilities of a person. This finding comes from some of the first studies that are being conducted on how to reduce mental disorder in the mind of a person with Alzheimer’s disease. It is a hopeful study. The reason for this emphasis is that the writer acknowledges that the results of the study show are not universally consistent. The improvements that came about were modest. The treatment offers a marginal improvement to the retinue of drugs and procedures that are already available to the public to combat the deadly disease. It is important to note that the results have a social and geographical utility to the interested readers. I believe that is why the results were published in the paper. There are studies that show the rates of obesity in the United States of America by state. If one takes such statistics and extrapolates them onto the dispersal of individuals that are presenting the symptoms of the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease, then the rest of exercise can be proposed as a possible means of slowing down the progression of the disease. Running head: Alternative Treatment for Early State Alzheimer’s The results from the research can also be used to show how the rates of physical exertion affect the occurrence of Alzheimer’s. It is important to keep in mind that the advances that are made against terminal diseases are usually small. It is very rare to see breakthroughs of a huge magnitude. Therefore, such studies that offer alternative means of treatment are highly appreciated. The health departments in those areas that have the highest concurrent rates of physical inactivity and Alzheimer’s can sponsor awareness drives. It is socially accepted that it is good to be fit. Therefore, the news that physical exertion has the capacity to slow down the advancement of the disease is welcome news. Alzheimer’s disease prevents people memorizing their childhoods and loves. So far, the studies are in a preliminary stage. The scientists have not discovered which types of people the treatment suits. Therefore, it can be used to encourage fitness in people that have been diagnosed with the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease. More resources should be dedicated towards solving the medical problems of our population. Running head: Alternative Treatment for Early State Alzheimer’s References Reynolds, G. (2017). Frequent, Brisk Walks May Aid Those With Early Alzheimer’s. Nytimes.com. Retrieved from https://www.nytimes.com/2017/03/01/well/move/frequent-brisk-walks-may-aid-those-withearly-alzheimers.html Running head: Alternative Treatment for Early State Alzheimer’s Alternative Treatment for Early State Alzheimer’s Alzheimer’s disease is a degenerative disorder that attacks the neurological system of an individual. Various treatments have been offered so far. However, new research shows that physical activity may help to reduce the effects of the disease while the illness is still in its early stages. I am personally invested in the matter because I have seen just how debilitating the disease can be. The disease takes away the essence of a person. The people that suffer from Alzheimer’s disease in the United States of America number around five million. The article points out that the figure may even double in the coming twenty years. I read an article in the New York Times that concerned Alzheimer’s disease. It discussed how physical exercise can reduce the rate of neurological degeneration of the physical abilities of a person. This finding comes from some of the first studies that are being conducted on how to reduce mental disorder in the mind of a person with Alzheimer’s disease. It is a hopeful study. The reason for this emphasis is that the writer acknowledges that the results of the study show are not universally consistent. The improvements that came about were modest. The treatment offers a marginal improvement to the retinue of drugs and procedures that are already available to the public to combat the deadly disease. It is important to note that the results have a social and geographical utility to the interested readers. I believe that is why the results were published in the paper. Running head: Alternative Treatment for Early State Alzheimer’s There are studies that show the rates of obesity in the United States of America by state. If one takes such statistics and extrapolates them onto the dispersal of individuals that are presenting the symptoms of the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease, then the rest of exercise can be proposed as a possible means of slowing down the progression of the disease. The results from the research can also be used to show how the rates of physical exertion affect the occurrence of Alzheimer’s. It is important to keep in mind that the advances that are made against terminal diseases are usually small. It is very rare to see breakthroughs of a huge magnitude. Therefore, such studies that offer alternative means of treatment are highly appreciated. The health departments in those areas that have the highest concurrent rates of physical inactivity and Alzheimer’s can sponsor awareness drives. It is socially accepted that it is good to be fit. Therefore, the news that physical exertion has the capacity to slow down the advancement of the disease is welcome news. Alzheimer’s disease prevents people memorizing their childhoods and loves. So far, the studies are in a preliminary stage. The scientists have not discovered which types of people the treatment suits. Therefore, it can be used to encourage fitness in people that have been diagnosed with the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease. More resources should be dedicated towards solving the medical problems of our population. Running head: Alternative Treatment for Early State Alzheimer’s References Reynolds, G. (2017). Frequent, Brisk Walks May Aid Those With Early Alzheimer’s. Nytimes.com. Retrieved from https://www.nytimes.com/2017/03/01/well/move/frequent-brisk-walks-may-aid-those-withearly-alzheimers.html Running head: Alternative Treatment for Early State Alzheimer’s Alternative Treatment for Early State Alzheimer’s Alzheimer’s disease is a degenerative disorder that attacks the neurological system of an individual. Various treatments have been offered so far. However, new research shows that physical activity may help to reduce the effects of the disease while the illness is still in its early stages. I am personally invested in the matter because I have seen just how debilitating the disease can be. The disease takes away the essence of a person. The people that suffer from Alzheimer’s disease in the United States of America number around five million. The article points out that the figure may even double in the coming twenty years. I read an article in the New York Times that concerned Alzheimer’s disease. It discussed how physical exercise can reduce the rate of neurological degeneration of the physical abilities of a person. This finding comes from some of the first studies that are being conducted on how to reduce mental disorder in the mind of a person with Alzheimer’s disease. It is a hopeful study. The reason for this emphasis is that the writer acknowledges that the results of the study show are not universally consistent. The improvements that came about were modest. The treatment offers a marginal improvement to the retinue of drugs and procedures that are already available to the public to combat the deadly disease. It is important to note that the results have a social and geographical utility to the interested readers. I believe that is why the results were published in the paper. Running head: Alternative Treatment for Early State Alzheimer’s There are studies that show the rates of obesity in the United States of America by state. If one takes such statistics and extrapolates them onto the dispersal of individuals that are presenting the symptoms of the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease, then the rest of exercise can be proposed as a possible means of slowing down the progression of the disease. The results from the research can also be used to show how the rates of physical exertion affect the occurrence of Alzheimer’s. It is important to keep in mind that the advances that are made against terminal diseases are usually small. It is very rare to see breakthroughs of a huge magnitude. Therefore, such studies that offer alternative means of treatment are highly appreciated. The health departments in those areas that have the highest concurrent rates of physical inactivity and Alzheimer’s can sponsor awareness drives. It is socially accepted that it is good to be fit. Therefore, the news that physical exertion has the capacity to slow down the advancement of the disease is welcome news. Alzheimer’s disease prevents people memorizing their childhoods and loves. So far, the studies are in a preliminary stage. The scientists have not discovered which types of people the treatment suits. Therefore, it can be used to encourage fitness in people that have been diagnosed with the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease. More resources should be dedicated towards solving the medical problems of our population. Running head: Alternative Treatment for Early State Alzheimer’s References Reynolds, G. (2017). Frequent, Brisk Walks May Aid Those With Early Alzheimer’s. Nytimes.com. Retrieved from https://www.nytimes.com/2017/03/01/well/move/frequent-brisk-walks-may-aid-those-withearly-alzheimers.html ...

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