New research shows that seniors today have sharper minds than they did years ago. Yet another reason to enjoy getting older!
During a European-based study, more than 200 elderly men and women who visited a Paris hospital between 1991 and 1997 were selected to participate in tests for their thinking and …Read more
There’s no known cure for the disease and prevention is key, as the numbers of people affected are on the rise.
It’s the sixth leading cause of death in the United States, with more than five million Americans living with Alzheimer’s disease. In fact, the number of people over the age of 65 that will be affected by Alzheimer’s disease may almost triple by 2050, …Read more
In the UK, statin drugs have been credited with a 50 percent decrease in deaths caused by heart attack. According to new research, however, while they may be guarding your heart from the effects of cholesterol or other heart disease, statins could very well be attacking another part of your body – your brain.
A research team led by Neil Marrion, …Read more
There are many changes that our body goes through as we age. One of the most noticeable changes is memory loss. A question that both patients and scientists have been asking for years is whether memory loss is a natural, healthy part of aging, or if it is a result of disease.
A recent study conducted at Cornell University has developed a new method to determine whether memory loss is caused by a healthy aging process or a more detrimental …Read more