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Here’s another reason to eat blueberries. While it’s labeled a ‘super fruit’ for its power to potentially lower the risk of heart disease and cancer, and is known to enhance brain functioning. It could help prevent the development of Alzheimer’s disease. New research supports this idea, which is being tested by many teams.





With the explosion of Alzheimer’s Disease and cognitive decline (memory impairment), are you concerned about yours? Here’s a new study that indicates eating more of a certain group of veggies can protect your memory.


Earlier studies have indicated that sub-optimal poor vitamin B12 status may be a risk factor for brain atrophy and possibly cognitive impairment. Chicago researchers at Rush University Medical Center have found that low levels of vitamin B12 may contribute to brain function decline (thinking in particular) for senior adults in many ways. According to Christine […]


A diet high in salt, along with decreased physical activity can be detrimental to cognitive health in senior citizens, according to a new study. The research, published in the Journal neurobiology of aging, reports that senior citizens who consume a lot of sodium in their diet and lead sedentary lifestyles, may be placing themselves at […]


A diet high in salt, along with decreased physical activity can be detrimental to cognitive health in senior citizens, according to a new study. The research, published in the Journal neurobiology of aging, reports that senior citizens who consume a lot of sodium in their diet and lead sedentary lifestyles, may be placing themselves at […]


Aging doesn’t mean the brain function has to decline, and losing cognitive function.  A study has determined that a variety of characteristics may be associated with maintenance of intelligence when people are in the 70s and 80s.   Socially engage, non-smoking senior citizens who exercise at least once a week, have a ninth grade literacy […]

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