Is 24 the new 50? If you’re going by when our intellectual skills start to decline and dull due to the passage of time, then it might be. 249 more words
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It was recently reported that tip-of-the-tongue phenomena isn’t something that we need to worry excessively about.
It appears that older people have the experience of not being able to identify someone famous or find the name of something more frequently than younger people (“ 308 more words
According to a recent study detailed at Neurology.org, exercising in your twenties is an effective method of preventing cognitive decline. This longitudinal study of 2747 participants tested cardiovascular health of the participants and then 25 years later tested the participants’ cognitive function. 140 more words
I love to sleep and will sleep nine hours a night if I can. Maybe to justify this indulgence, I pay attention to research on the benefits of sleep and recent studies are showing that sleep deprivation likely contributes to Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. 427 more words
Wounds might seem simple but even the most simple can turn nasty.
I remember telling my first patient with Parkinson’s disease that she needed to move because she lived in a subdivision that was built on an old landfill. 653 more words