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How 20 minutes of intense exercise can boost memory

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Published on MedicalNewsToday by Ana Sandoiu Fact checked by Jasmin Collier A new study published in the Journal of Cognitive Neuroscienceshows that vigorous exercise for a short period of time can boost the so-called interference memory. The research also points to a potential mechanism that may explain the findings. Researchers at McMaster University in Ontario, Canada, reveal what intense, 20-minute …

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The most frustrating things about being chronically ill 

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Originally posted on KevinMD by TONI BERNHARD, JD Healthy or not, everybody has his or her share of frustrations in life. The chronically ill don’t have a corner on that market! This piece focuses on frustrations that are unique to those with ongoing health issues. I’ve experienced all of them as a result of being chronically ill with a debilitating illness …

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8 Questions to Ask an Assisted Living Community About Emergency Preparedness

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Originally posted on aplaceformom by : Deb Hipp When searching for the right assisted living community for your loved one, the list of questions to ask administrators is so long that finding out the details about emergency preparedness may not even make the cut. Yet the level of preparation and readiness – should disaster strike – can be a matter of life …

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Misplacing Or Losing Items

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Originally posted on DementiaGuide Misplacing or losing objects can cause feelings of anxiety and frustration for both the person with Alzheimer’s disease and those who care for them. It can be especially troublesome when associated with suspiciousness. Sometimes, the person may continuously and compulsively search for an item which they believe to be missing, which may not even exist. Understanding …

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Improve Your Memory with Super Foods for Brain Health

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Originally posted on APlaceForMom by: Jeff Anderson The causes of Alzheimer’s disease are not completely understood, but researchers have found links between compounds in the foods we eat and a decreased rate of Alzheimer’s and other types of dementia. In fact, some researchers believe that food and nutrition should be a key focus in the investigation of routes to prevent and …

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Breakthrough: Scientists reverse aging in human cells

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Originally posted on MedicalNewsToday by Ana Sandoiu Fact checked by Jasmin Collier New research published in the journal BMC Cell Biology shows that old human cells can be rejuvenated using chemicals similar to resveratrol, which is a substance found in red wine and dark chocolate. The new study was carried out by researchers at the Universities of Exeter and Brighton, both …

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10 Ways To Help a Caregiver

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Originally posted on APlaceForMom by: Virginia Morey November is National Family Caregivers Month, which puts the focus on the more than 44 million men and women who devote an average of 20 hours per week caring for a family member, spouse or other loved one who is unable to care for themselves. 10 Ways to Help a Caregiver Within each …

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Cellular stress ‘resets lifespan profoundly’

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Originally posted on MedicalNewsToday by Tim Newman; Fact checked by Jasmin Collier Surprising results from a recent study show that stressing a cell can reverse signs of cellular aging. The findings might open doors to more successful ways to slow the aging process. Although the desire to stave off aging has a whiff of vanity about it, it’s not all about reducing wrinkles …

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Having Close Friends May Stave Off Mental Decline

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Published Sunday 5 November 2017 on MedicalNewsToday by: Ana Sandoiu; fact checked by: Honor Whiteman New research, published in the journal PLOS One, shows that keeping strong friendships into old age may stave off mental decline. The new study was carried out by researchers from the Cognitive Neurology and Alzheimer’s Disease Center (CNADC) at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine …

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Gene therapy may protect brain from age-related cognitive decline

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Originally posted on MedicalNewsToday by: Catharine Paddock PhD Fact checked by Jasmin Collier For the first time, a new study has shown that it may be possible to protect against age-related memory and cognitive decline in mice by using gene therapy to increase brain levels of a protein called Klotho. Researchers from the Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona and the Vall d’Hebron …