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December 14, 2021
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A Higher Education Level Means Slower Cognitive Decline
By AGE2B team
Education is related to a fundamental part of brain function. A study published in Nature Aging has shown that educated people retain more brain system segregation, a marker of cognitive health [1]. This suggests that brain exercise has valuable long-term effects. The college educated are richer and healthier It has been known for a while that educational attainment is […]
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December 15, 2021
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Depression in older adults
By Editorial Team (A)
Some people do not take depression seriously. However, clinical depression (also called depressive disorder) is not just feeling sad or blue; it is a serious mood disorder that requires treatment. Among Americans, late-life depression affects about 6 million people of age 65 and older. But only 10% receive treatment. Even though it is a common […]
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December 15, 2021
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New study offers hope of diagnosing cognitive disease in old age more easily
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Research published in the journal Nature Communications has revealed important new insights into who is at risk of decreased mental ability in old age, and offers the promise of a faster, more simple and cheaper diagnosis. Supported by the National Institute for Health Research in the UK, the study found that examining levels of a […]
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December 15, 2021
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Major new study of the brain provides insights into dementia
By Editorial Team (A)
A large-scale study led by the University of Exeter has revealed new insights into the way genes are regulated in dementia, discovering 84 new genes linked to the disease. Published in the journal Nature Communications, the research analyzed data collected from more than 1,400 people as part of six previous studies, which made use of […]
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December 15, 2021
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Role of brain signals in the evaluation of Alzheimer’s disease-related conditions
By Editorial Team (A)
There is a large number of chemical reactions constantly happening in our bodies. Some compounds are being produced, others destroyed. Some of them also produce byproducts, accumulation of which might be harmful to the organism. In fact, a build-up of some compounds may cause various disorders, one of the examples of which is Alzheimer’s disease […]
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December 15, 2021
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Early Risers Have Decreased Risk of Depression
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Concerns about mental health in general, and depression in particular, affect more and more people nowadays. There are a lot of factors that can lead to the development of depression. Some of them are genetic, and some are behavioral. In the latest study, it was shown that sleeping patterns could affect the risk of developing […]
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December 15, 2021
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People with OCD Are More Likely to Suffer a Stroke
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Obsessive-compulsive disorder is a debilitating mental illness, driving affected people to repeatedly (compulsively) act out recurring thoughts (obsessions). On their own, they seem innocuous enough, but the compulsion to repeat them over and over again, as well as the inability to concentrate on other tasks for a long time, can be truly damaging. Besides the […]
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December 15, 2021
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Analog of Psychedelics Reverses Some of the Neural Stress Damage
By Editorial Team (A)
Unfortunately, stress has become part of our daily lives. Even though our bodies have innate mechanisms for combating the negative effects of stress and maintaining physiological stability through the process called “allostasis,” chronic exposure to stress may lead to an overload of the body’s restoring capacity. In turn, it leads to damage of various cells […]
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December 15, 2021
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Grounbreaking brain research offers stepping stone to future Alzheimer’s treatment
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Scientists at the University of Sussex have found an explanation of why the part of the brain called the hippocampus is at risk of deterioration, and in so doing have made a step towards a better understanding and possible prevention of Alzheimer’s. To answer the crucial question of why this region of the brain, sometimes […]
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December 15, 2021
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Intermittent fasting helps to slow down cognitive aging
By Editorial Team (A)
One of the first and fundamental things people consider when it comes to health is diet. In fact, it truly deserves to be at the center of our attention because everything we eat has its effect on the physical and mental state of the organism. Most people have a general understanding of healthy food practices. […]
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