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Tunes Could Bring Back Memories Lost to Alzheimer's

10 Jul 2014 | 42,477 Views

If you have a loved one with Alzheimer’s, there’s good reason to turn on some music daily. Even if you don’t, use these strategies to protect your brain health at any age.

Stress Promotes Memory Decline and Dementia Later in Life

03 Jul 2014 | 211,567 Views

A recent study found almost 3 in 4 Alzheimer's patients had this in common during the two years preceding diagnosis. It can also speed up short-term memory loss as well as digestion problems, anxiety, weight gain, and high blood pressure.

Air Pollution Linked to Cognitive Decline in Later Years

03 Jul 2014 | 23,688 Views

The air you breathe both inside your home and outdoors may significantly influence your brain health from birth to your later years.

Cynicism Linked to Greater Dementia Risk, Study Finds

12 Jun 2014 | 76,217 Views

If you have a deep mistrust of others, your brain may be at risk of dementia and your heart health may be impacted, too.

Green Tea May Boost Your Working Memory

05 Jun 2014 | 69,047 Views

If you want to give your brainpower (and overall health) a boost, this healthy green beverage may be worth looking into.

Science Says Stress Is Contagious

29 May 2014 | 43,419 Views

The people around you, and those you watch on TV, can have a major influence on your emotional health, for better or for worse.

How Your Microbiome Controls Your Health

17 May 2014 | 229,661 Views

These little disease fighters play an enormous role in keeping you well. They supply critical vitamins, fight pathogens, help NK T-cells talk, and more. Eating more of this single food can help them immensely. Do you eat enough?

Male Scientists' Threat to Integrity of Research

14 May 2014 | 34,812 Views

A new study calls into question the reliability of countless laboratory animal studies carried out by men. Even the researchers called the findings a “huge shock.”

How Your Thoughts Can Rule Your Stomach

01 May 2014 | 57,699 Views

What happens when people eat the same food that’s labeled differently? An intriguing study reveals the power your mind has over your hunger hormone.

Key Dietary Strategies to Protect Yourself from Alzheimer’s

27 Apr 2014 | 424,865 Views

Research from the Mayo Clinic shows this popular food is associated with an 89% increased risk for dementia. So eat less of it (and more of these foods) to help slash your risk of becoming a victim of this growing epidemic.


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