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Speaking two languages into old age can prevent dementia New Canadian research found that knowing two languages or more can postpone the onset of dementia in old age by more than four years. The researchers examined the participants for knowledge of lang ...
Nov 02 2007 5:57pm
There may definitely be something to this! My grandfather died peacefully in his sleep at ... more
Feb 13 2008 9:53am
New Film About Reaching Inside and Not Losing an Alzheimer's Dementia Loved One "Inside My Being" a film from the inside point-of-view of a Dementia/Alzheimer's patient "Inside My Being" a powerfully emotional short film about the relationship between a mother and daughter a ...
Aug 27 2010 7:37am
Report: More than 5 million living with Alzheimer's More than 5 million Americans are living with Alzheimer's disease, a 10 percent increase since the last Alzheimer's Association estimate five years ago -- and a count that supports the long-forecast d ...
Mar 20 2007 12:27pm
Smart workouts affect the brain too If you think you’re smart for working out regularly, you really are. Scientists have discovered that the human brain does create new cells throughout a person’s life – contrary to a long-held theo ...
Aug 25 2007 6:18am
Past the age group the article referrs to, the benefits are much more than rebuilding br ... more
Jan 13 2008 10:45am
You Are Also What You Drink What worries you most? Decaying teeth, thinning bones, heart disease, stroke, diabetes, dementia, cancer, obesity? Whatever tops your list, you may be surprised to know that all of these health proble ...
Mar 29 2007 11:15am
Do the Right Thing for Your Brain People who are conscientious and prone to "doing the right thing" are less likely to develop Alzheimer's disease as they age, according to a long-running study of Catholic nuns, priests and brothers ...
Oct 05 2007 1:31pm
I've also read before that people who are life-long learners and strive to add new skills ... more
Aug 24 2008 5:13pm
Health Highlights: May 15, 2007 Here are some of the latest health and medical news developments, compiled by editors of HealthDay: World Must Take Action Against High Blood Pressure: Study Nearly one billion people worldwide hav ...
May 15 2007 12:22pm
Eat more fruits & vegetables Summer is a prime season to enjoy fresh-from-the-garden produce. One of the smallest summer fruits, blueberries, are packed with nutrients and flavor for a relatively low amount of calories and sugar. ...
Jul 08 2007 4:55pm
very good and informative , eating fruits and vegetables is always good for our health and ... more
Feb 17 2009 10:03pm
Eat Rosemary for a Healthy Brain Recent studies have now confirmed what the Greeks knew long ago. Rosemary contains an ingredient that fights off free radical damage in the brain. This active ingredient, known as carnosic acid ...
Apr 01 2008 5:19am
Rosemary oil is a potential seizure trigger for those with epilepsy. more
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Jan 09 2009 9:07am
Lower risk of developing Alzheimer's disease with Mediterranean diet Mediterranean diet may reduce the risk of developing Alzheimer's disease. A team of scientists from Columbia University in New York found out that a diet rich in fruit, vegetables and fish and poor ...
Apr 15 2010 9:51am