Experts in aging and Alzheimer’s disease are conducting a national clinical study to determine if exercise may be an effective non-drug intervention for maintaining cognitive fitness. 589 more words
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One of the greatest losses in life comes while watching a previously witty and thoughtful loved one lose the things that make them, them. I suspect most people can relate to that sentiment – and some folks have probably experienced it in a much more intimate way than others. 545 more words
Tea is one of the most popular beverages in the United States; in 2015, more than 3.6 billion gallons of tea were consumed in the country, with black tea being the favorite. 553 more words
Regular readers know how much I follow developments in the study of the brain. Here is some fresh fascinating info from Johns Hopkins.
Summary: Researchers report orthostatic hypotension could cause lasting damage to the brain because it can reduce blood flow to the brain. 536 more words