The Simple Reason Exercise Enhances Your Brain
Evidence keeps mounting that exercise is good for the brain. It can lower a person's risk for Alzheimer's disease and may even slow brain aging by about 10 years . Now, new...
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Researchers discover genes linked to resilience against brain pathologies
The pathologies in the brain that stroke, Alzheimer's disease and other neurological conditions cause in older adults only partially explain the memory loss, reduced reasoning...
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Low levels of 'memory protein' linked to cognitive decline in Alzheimer's disease
This discovery may lead to important research and may one day help experts develop new and better therapies for Alzheimer's and other forms of cognitive decline.
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Rivastigmine plus citalopram comparable to rivastigmine for depression in Alzheimer's
Rivastigmine plus citalopram did not have superior efficacy compared with rivastigmine alone among individuals with Alzheimer's disease, according to data presented at the...
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Low levels of NPTX2 protein in the brain may lead to learning and memory loss in Alzheimer's disease
Working with human brain tissue samples and genetically engineered mice, Johns Hopkins Medicine researchers together with colleagues at the National Institutes of Health, the...
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Adjunctive memantine reduces agitation in Alzheimer's disease
Memantine plus cholinesterase inhibitors reduced agitation, delusion and other behavioral symptoms in individuals with Alzheimer's disease, according to data presented at the...
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New findings from research into multiple concussions in hockey players
The relationship between head injuries suffered during contact sport and Alzheimer's disease is now being called into question thanks to new research that has revealed that...
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Artificial sweeteners linked to risk of Alzheimer's and stroke, says study
Two studies by the same group of researchers have given soda drinkers a whole new reason to drop the habit.
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Scientists: You really can improve your memory with magnets
Non-invasive brain stimulation using magnets can improve auditory memory and could, in the future, treat neurocognitive challenges associated with conditions like Alzheimer's...
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Sugary drinks may impact memory and diet alternatives could cause dementia
New research, published in both Alzheimer's & Dementia and Stroke indicate that drinking sugary drinks regularly may lead to a reduction in the size of the brain and poorer memory.
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More evidence for how Parkinson's starts in the gut
More evidence has emerged that Parkinson's disease may start in the gut. Patients who had part of a digestive tract nerve removed had a lesser risk of developing the disease...
Easy Skin Care Tips for Seniors
It's a fact of life: Over the years, skin evolves and changes. And taking care of your skin shouldn't be a priority just to keep it looking nice - it's also necessary to...
New technology aims to improve ease, accuracy of toric IOL surgery planning
A forthcoming innovation for a proprietary cataract/refractive surgical suite will make toric IOL selection simpler, more robust, and also enable surgeons to provide patients...
Study on prostate cancer treatment options reveals how ALL medical...
All prostate cancer treatments negatively impact the quality of life in male patients, a recent study showed. As part of the study, researchers pooled data from the Expanded...
PSA Testing Rates for Prostate Cancer Have Leveled Off
1 in 3 older men still getting the screen; doctors divided over its value Related MedlinePlus Pages: Men's Health , Prostate Cancer Screening , Seniors' Health
Three espressos a day cuts prostate cancer risk by 50%
A new study, from the Istituto Neurologico Mediterraneo Neuromed in Italy, has found that drinking three espressos a day can reduce your risk of prostate cancer by 53 percent.
Are non-opioid therapies more desirable than opioids for chronic pain?
Opioid medications achieve no better results than non-opioid medications for long-term treatment of chronic back pain and osteoarthritis pain, according to researchers from the...
Apomorphine: 150-Year-Old Drug Benefits Parkinson's Disease Patients
Apomorphine, a 150-year-old drug for Parkinson's disease is found to lower 'off' time for people at an advanced stage of the disease.
Officials won't name restaurant in ongoing Missouri outbreak
Public health officials in Missouri still have not named the restaurant in the state's capital city where 14 out of 36 people with Salmonella infections ate before becoming...
5 of the Best Benefits of Living in a Senior Living Community
Senior living today is all about lifestyle: We're moving away from the stigma of nursing homes and toward living active, exciting lives after retirement. While moving out of a...