Essential Fatty Acids for Children with Attention Disorders

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Attention deficit disorders are among the most common childhood psychiatric diagnoses. Medications such as Ritalin, Adderall, and Risperidone are often prescribed. While these medications can be helpful for controlling symptoms, [. . . more]

High Protein Diets May Lower Risk of Alzheimer’s

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A new Australian study reveals that eating a diet high in protein may lower the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease later in life. The study, published in the Journal of [. . . more]

Breast Cancer Survivors Improve Cognition with Exercise

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A pilot study was recently published which claims that increased physical activity helped boost breast cancer survivors’ memory and cognitive function. It’s known that increased physical activity improves cognition in [. . . more]

Physical Fitness Lowers Risk of Dementia

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Health experts agree that lifestyle plays an important role in whether or not a person develops dementia. Two recent scientific studies further support evidence that living a healthy, active life [. . . more]

Curcumin Improves Memory and Mood

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According to a recent study conducted by researchers at the University of California, Los Angeles, consuming a certain kind of curcumin daily improved memory and mood in people with mild, [. . . more]

Obesity Increases Risk of Developing Dementia

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According to recent research, having a higher BMI (Body Mass Index) may increase the risk of developing dementia later in life. The study, published in the Alzheimer’s & Dementia Journal [. . . more]

Sleep Apnea Linked to Alzheimer’s Disease

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Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a common but serious chronic condition associated with snoring that increases your risk for cardiovascular conditions and other illnesses and is a major cause of [. . . more]

Aerobic Exercise Can Increase Brain Size

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In a new study, researchers from Australia’s National Institute of Complementary Medicine at Western Sydney University and the Division of Psychology and Mental Health at the University of Manchester in [. . . more]