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Physical Activity andHealthy Aging

Aging is the progressive deterioration at the cellular, tissue, and organ level that leads
to loss of homeostasis, decreased ability to adapt to internal or external stimuli, and… 107 more words

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Glucose, Insulin, and Human Brain Aging

The dramatic rise in the number and proportion of older persons since the beginning of this century has forced attention on research into aging and has encouraged the search for new forms of health service delivery to older persons. 431 more words

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Let Your Brain Rest: Boredom Can Be Good For Your Health

From inspiring creativity to promoting overall brain health, researchers say it’s important to embrace boredom from time to time.

The human brain is a powerful tool. 66 more words

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Healthy brain development is a human right

Researchers state healthy brain development should be considered a human right, not a privilege for the elite. Youths incarcerated in the U.S jail system are not having their cognitive and emotional development needs met, the study reports. 87 more words

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Music and your brain

AS a guy who has a bluetooth speaker on his bike’s water bottle, I don’t need anyone to tell me to enjoy music. But, in case you do …. 500 more words

Why Playing a Musical Instrument Can Protect Brain Health

Findings could help to develop new neuro-rehabilitation interventions through musical training.

A recent study conducted at Baycrest Health Sciences has uncovered a crucial piece into why playing a musical instrument can help older adults retain their listening skills and ward off age-related cognitive declines. 84 more words

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Pandemic Leads to Higher Depression, Anxiety and Fear

During the early months of the coronavirus pandemic, people reported an increase in symptoms of depression, fear, anxiety, psychological trauma, and suicidal ideations.

The COVID-19 pandemic led to higher levels of depression, anxiety, suicidal tendencies and psychological trauma among American adults during the early months of its spread, according to three new studies published by University of Arkansas sociologists.

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