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90 May Be the new 80

A small but growing body of evidence suggests that improved nutrition, vaccinations, health care and intellectual stimulation are leading to a better quality of life for the… 151 more words

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Get Moving to Delay Dementia

Reducing Alzheimer’s risk factors like obesity, diabetes, smoking and low physical activity by just 25 percent could prevent up to half a million cases of the disease in the United States. 223 more words

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Holiday Tips for Alzheimer's Families

For families living with Alzheimer’s, a little planning and some adjusted expectations can help make the holidays more enjoyable–for those with Alzheimer’s and their caregivers alike. 267 more words

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How Concentration Capabilities Change As We Age

Changes in brain activity that begin gradually in middle age may explain why older adults have a harder time with concentration in busy environments, and are easily distracted by irrelevant information. 203 more words

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What is "Cognitive Reserve"?

Recent discoveries offer new hope and guidance to people who want to maintain peak brain performance. We learn more each year about combating the small losses in brainpower that often come after 50. 194 more words

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Optiminds Offers “Brain Fitness” Programs for Baby Boomers

A key factor in our quality of life as we grow older is staying fit mentally. That means maintaining memory, attention, organization, stamina and the speed at which the brain processes information. 223 more words

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Keep Dementia At Bay And Improve Cognitive Skills With Brain Fitness

Dementia as we know can be quite a traumatic experience both for the sufferer and the family members. The reason for this disease is still not clear and there is no positive and clear treatment method. 195 more words

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