Teenagers with cognitive disabilities may be at higher risk for Alzheimer's disease
Adolescent girls with lower memory for words and adolescent boys with lower mechanical reasoning had higher odds of developing Alzheimer's disease and related disorders...
1 month ago - Healio - 3 articles
Adolescent Cognition Tied to Future Alzheimer's-Related Disorders
Low IQ, reading comprehension, and abstract reasoning showed associations
1 month ago - MedPageToday
Risk of Aggressive Prostate Cancer Linked to Excess Alcohol Intake in Early Life
Excess alcohol intake during adolescence and early years may increase the risk of aggressive high grade prostate cancer in later years compared to non-drinkers
1 month ago - Medindia Health
Men who consume alcohol during adolescence are more likely to have prostate cancer
Compared with non-drinkers, men who consumed at least seven drinks per week during adolescence had three times the odds of being diagnosed with clinically significant prostate...
1 month ago - News Medical - 2 articles
The Value of Prostate-Specific Antigen in Diagnosis of Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome in Adolescent Girls
This study was designed to evaluate and compare the serum total prostate-specific antigen levels in adolescent girls in with and without polycystic ovarian syndrome to show...
5 monthes ago - Journal of Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology - 2 articles
Vegetarian-style dietary pattern during adolescence has long-term positive impact on bone from adolescence to young adulthood: a longitudinal study
The amount of bone accrued during adolescence is an important determinant of later osteoporosis risk. Little is known about the influence of dietary patterns on the bone during...
7 monthes ago - Nutrition Journal
Alzheimer's drug could reverse effects of teen drinking
A drug commonly used to prevent mental decline in patients with dementia reportedly reversed the effects of alcohol exposure in adolescent rats, according to a Duke University...
7 monthes ago - Daily Mail
Fight menopausal weight gain with the Mediterranean diet: Research shows this eating pattern reduces weight, symptoms
All adolescent women know the burden of having their menstrual cycles. But the end of these monthly periods is only the beginning when it comes to discomfort. Menopause, a...
10 monthes ago - Natural News
A comprehensive whole-community approach to reduce childhood obesity shows promise
The World Health Organization reports that children who carry excess weight are more likely to stay overweight into adulthood and develop chronic diseases at a younger age...
10 monthes ago - Harvard - 3 articles
Adult Acne: Battling Wrinkles And Pimples At The Same Time Is Bullsh*t
I finish washing my face and start applying my anti-aging moisturizer when my fingers run across a familiar sensation - a painful bump that I know from experience will be...
11 monthes ago - Scary Mommy
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Early Changes to Synapse Gene Regulation may Cause Alzheimer's Disease: Study
In Alzheimer's disease condition, increased phosphorylation of SRRM2 prevented it from interacting with another protein which aids protein folding.
What Role Does Genetics Play in the Risk of Developing Alzheimer's Disease?
The word “Alzheimer's” strikes fear in the hearts of most people and for good reason! Alzheimer's disease is one form of dementia, a progressive, degenerative brain disease...
Higher Alzheimer's risk for sleepless teens
Neuroscientists at the University of Pennsylvania found teenage who cut down on sleep were more likely to develop dangerous build-ups in their brain that paved the way to dementia.
Saffron supplement with anti-Alzheimer's potential to hit stores in India...
A new saffron supplement, which claims to aid cognitive function, will be available for sale in the US from next month, and in India next year.
Dear Mark: Omega-6 Deficiency and Saw Palmetto
For today's edition of Dear Mark, I'm answering two questions from readers. First, is it possible to become deficient in omega-6 fats as an adult? What would that even look...
BONNIE ESTRIDGE on how Alzheimer's is portrayed in the media
Bonnie Estridge describes stepping out of her comfort zone by agreeing to give a speech at a Channel 4 event in London, organised in conjunction with the Alzheimer's Society.
Estrogen, Menopause, and Weight Gain: Is Estrogen a Friend or Foe for...
It's not uncommon for women to gain weight after menopause. Menopause and peri-menopause is also the time when estrogen levels begin to drastically decline. Estrogen is the...
Exercise CAN save your life, especially when it comes to brain health
You don't need to witness someone you love deteriorate right before your eyes to prepare for Alzheimer's disease: Scientists from the UT Southwestern Medical Center found that...
Prostatectomy plus radiotherapy may improve survival in advanced prostate cancer
Patients who underwent primary radical prostatectomy followed by radiotherapy for locally or regionally advanced prostate cancer had better survival outcomes than patients...
Cataract Surgery for Senior Drivers Tied to Reduced Car Crash Risk, Costs
Cataract surgery can significantly reduce car crashes involving senior drivers and the cost of those accidents to the community, researchers say. Reuters Health Information