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Month: March 2020

For a Younger Brain, Try Walking, Gardening, Swimming or Dancing
Older women and women who regularly engaged in physical activities like walking, gardening, swimming or dancing appeared to have larger…
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Moderate Drinking May Be Good for Your Brain
Moderate drinking may be good for the brain. Researchers found that older men and women who had a habit of…
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Elderly Aerobic
Aerobic Exercise Shows Brain Benefits for Those at Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease
Healthy men and women at increased risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease showed brain benefits from a six-month aerobic workout program.…
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Important Message from Us to You during COVID-19
Dear Friends, Thank you for your 25 years of generous support. Your contributions help to make this all possible. We…
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Fruits Vegetables Flavanol Lower Alzheimer's
Eating Flavonols, Found in Fruits, Vegetables and Tea, May Lower Alzheimer’s Risk
Consuming foods and drinks high in flavonols, a group of compounds found in nearly all fruits and vegetables and in…
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