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Marblehead scientist wants to improve your memory – The Marblehead Reporter

by Leigh Blander Locals say new supplement is making a difference Judith Black, of Marblehead, started noticing recently that her brain isn’t quite as sharp as it used to be. “It’s that loose-around-the-edges thing,” she laughed. “It comes with age.” So Black, who is 68, decided to try a new supplement, created by Marblehead scientist PeiPei Wishnow, that claims to...

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Marblehead Doctor to Host Memory Lecture at Library

By Alyse Diamantides Salem News Staff Writer MARBLEHEAD — Dr. Peipei Wishnow, founder of Interceuticals in Salem, will lead a lecture and discussion on memory at the Abbot Public Library in Marblehead this Sunday. Titled “Protecting Brain and Memory As We Age,” the talk will focus on the doctor’s research and her product, Better Memory. Wishnow says the natural supplement, made...

Protecting Brain & Memory As We Age

Dr. PeiPei Wishnow will be speaking on Sunday, December 1st, at 2 pm at the Abbot Public Library in Marblehead, MA, about brain health and preserving memory as we age. Dr. Wishnow, who is the – Founder, Chief Scientist, and President of Interceuticals, will be sharing her personal story about how hard it is when a loved one has age-related...

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Dr. PeiPei Wishnow interviewed on “Marquis Presents: Your Key to Healthy Living”

Dr. PeiPei Wishnow was interviewed this week about brain health, cognitive health, and memory  by Karen Halloran, Marketing Director of Marquis Health Services, for cable TV show “Marquis Presents: Your Key to Healthy Living.”

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Interceuticals introduces new natural supplement to effectively slow age-related memory issues and enhance and improve brain health

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Salem, MA – September 20, 2019 – Interceuticals Inc. announces the formal launch of Interceuticals Better Memory®, a ground-breaking brain-health supplement effective in slowing age-related memory issues and enhancing brain function in healthy adults. Recent brain research shows that age-related cognitive decline or mild cognitive impairment (MCI) is closely associated with inflammation in the brain, which has...

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New Advances for Millions with Urinary Control Issues

by Kathleen Nelson, Globe Correspondent — 12/2/2003 One out of every three women over 45 has an embarrassing problem when she sneezes, lifts a heavy bag or swings a golf club: She pees. This loss of control, resulting in urinary leakage, leaves many of its 15 million victims – most of whom are women – feeling ashamed and frustrated. More...

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Options to Help Women’s Bladder Control Issues

by Jeanie Lerche Davisf for WebMD Feature — May 5, 2003 reviewed by Brunilda Nazario, MD We’ve seen the TV commercials. When you gotta go, you gotta go, go, go. But make no mistake, it’s no laughing matter. Occasional urinary incontinence happens to millions of Americans – and up to 25% of women are affected by it. “It’s an enormously...

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Effect of A Chinese Herbal Formula BetterWOMAN On Bladder Control Issues in Women

Peipei Wishnow, PhD, Interceuticals, MA; Lawrence Dorman, DO, Applewood Medical Center, MO; Gottfried Kellermann, PhD, Neurosciences, WI; Larry Rosen, MD, Northeast Alabama Urology Center, AL. Research Report (Abstract) Menopause, Vol. 10, No.6, 2003, p578 ABSTRACT 14th Annual Meeting of the North American Menopause Society, September 2003 Objectives:This study is designed to evaluate the effect of a Chinese herbal formula on...

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Herbal Remedy for Occasional Incontinence

By Dr. Julian Whitaker’s for Health & Healing — August 2005 Vol. 15, No. 8 (Abstract) BetterWOMAN Natural Supplement For Occasional Incontinence Contrary to popular belief, occasional incontinence is not an inevitable part of aging. Excellent approches to manage bladder control issues that I’ve written about in the past include Kegel exercises to strengthen the muscles of the pelvic floor and...