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People who reported greater subjective cognitive decline were nearly 9% more likely to develop dementia.
However, this does not explain the higher risk for dementia among Latinos.
Participation in dance classes consistently improved working memory in Latinos 55 and older.
However, people who are not successfully treated may continue to experience declines in mental health.
Scientists drill down into crucial Women’s Health Initiative data to get definitive answers on whether supplement use improves our health.
People with hypertension who regularly ate yogurt saw a dip in blood pressure compared to those without the illness who consumed the food.
Brain plaques associated with Alzheimer’s disease show up early in people who scored higher in neuroticism and lower in conscientiousness.
Elevated blood sugar levels measured using a glucose tolerance test predicted poor memory a decade later.
Even when people get more shuteye, the key to more beneficial health outcomes is peaceful, uninterrupted slumber.
Writing by hand can help people learn to read and write more effectively than typing text or viewing videos.
Although being overweight may not directly lead to memory problems, its related heart problems might.
Alzheimer’s advocates laud the approval of Aduhelm, but experts raise questions about its effectiveness and cost.
Hypertension, high glucose levels and obesity in early adulthood could lead to thinking and memory problems decades later.
People with prediabetes are at greater risk for cognitive decline and vascular dementia.
To preserve cognitive function, hypertension must be prevented or diagnosed and effectively treated in adults of any age.
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