Is Bipolar Disorder Linked to Parkinson's Disease?
People with bipolar disorder were nearly seven times as likely to develop Parkinson's disease as people who did not have bipolar disorder, stated new study.
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The Best Dried Fruit for Osteoporosis
“We are in an epidemic of osteoporosis. There can be no doubt about that.” Ten million Americans have it, and one in three older women will get it. “We urgently need public...
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Access to Amenities Impacts Social Isolation and Sense of Community
Americans who live in closer proximity to community parks, libraries, restaurants, and theaters are more content with their neighborhood, more trusting of others, and less...
3 days ago - Massachusetts Healthy Aging Collaborative
Parkinson's patient, 74, becomes addicted to GAMBLING in bizarre side effect of his medication
The unnamed man, believed to be from Greece, was visiting the casino every day. Other impulsive behaviours linked to medication include shopping and sex.
3 days ago - Daily Mail
Bipolar disorder may be linked to Parkinson's disease
People who have bipolar disorder may be more likely to later develop Parkinson's disease than people who do not have bipolar disorder, according at a new study.
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Does Having Your Appendix Removed Cause Parkinson's? Here's What You Need to Know
There's a link between appendicitis and Parkinson's disease, according to a study published this week. The new research, set to be presented at a conference next weekend, says...
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'Mediterranean diet may protect against depression symptoms'
Research presented at the American Psychiatric Association conference finds a link between Mediterranean diets and a lower depression risk later in life.
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Study reveals link between what you eat and brain function: Following a healthy diet can lower your risk of Alzheimer's
The findings of a new study suggest that a person should pay extra attention to what he or she eats, but for a different reason. Iowa-based researchers discovered a connection...
4 days ago - Natural News - 2 articles
How To Take Care Of Your Bone Health In Your Forties
Your health changes after you turn forty and that is the time when you should start taking care of it seriously. Your body changes and so does your bones and from that point...
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Researchers explore link between aging fat cells and Alzheimer's
Scientists want to know whether our aging fat cells are important to the onset and progression of Alzheimer's.
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Virtual Reality can Help Spot Early Signs of Alzheimer's More Accurately
Virtual reality technology may help identify early stages of Alzheimer's disease accurately than the standard cognitive tests which are currently in use, finds a new study.
Menopause: what are the symptoms and why does it happen?
Changes in hormones can have big effects on the body and how we behave.
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Healthy Aging® Named One of Top 10 Health Magazines
Feedspot selects Healthy Aging Magazine
VIDEO: Bimatoprost SR shows long-term IOP lowering
SAN DIEGO - At the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery meeting, E. Randy Craven, MD, discusses a study looking at the long-term IOP-lowering effects of...
New neurons continue to form in old age, even in people with Alzheimer's disease
In a new study from the University of Illinois at Chicago, researchers examining post-mortem brain tissue from people ages 79 to 99 found that new neurons continue to form well...
Project promotes dialogue and participation in Alzheimer's research
Alzheimer's research affects many people and groups: patients and families, social organizations, professionals from many fields, companies and administrations.
Cannon Receives Raymond D. Bahr Award of Excellence
Christopher P. Cannon, MD, a senior physician in the Cardiovascular Division, received the 2012 Raymond D. Bahr Award of Excellence from the Society of Chest Pain Centers.
Photofragmentation technique minimizes endothelial cell loss
SAN DIEGO - Use of a nanosecond laser during cataract surgery causes minimal intraocular trauma and imparts very low energy into the eye, Gangolf Sauder, MD, said at the...
Cataract Lens Replacement May Improve Sleep
People who get new lenses implanted during cataract surgery may not only see better but also experience better sleep, suggests a new study of how light entering the eye...