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Alzheimer's ’hope’ archived in this location

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Alzheimer's ’hope’ archived in this location

Health concerns for the 55+ population may be topped by two primary fears: 1) cancer and 2) Alzheimer’s. This issue of <b>WEEKENDER</b> ▶ …

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<b>mfoxworthjournal.blogspot.com</b> – Feb 15<p>“UP” story archive for 15Feb18 ▶ Alzheimer's Cure in sight? ▶ SOURCE answered: Sai Janani Ganesan, Postdoctoral …

Dementia

Could an existing drug halt Parkinson's disease?

Researchers have discovered a mechanism through which toxic protein clusters develop in the brain in Parkinson's disease. It may be treatable with …

Medical Research

ARCHIVE ▶ Talk about your death while you're still healthy.pdf

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10 little things you can do every day to improve your memory

Memory is one of the most precious functions our brain has.<p>So it's no wonder that we're constantly on the lookout for ways to improve it. Studies on the subject have recommended everything from eating chocolate to reading out loud to yourself.<p>INSIDER spoke to two experts to figure out a few simple …

Humanity

Obesity and Cancer Risk: What's the connection?

Some risk factors for cancer are out of your control. You can’t change your genetic history, for example. But many factors that increase the risk of …

Afraid of Falling? For Older Adults, the Dutch Have a Cure

LEUSDEN, Netherlands — The shouts of schoolchildren playing outside echoed through the gymnasium where an obstacle course was being set up.<p>There was the “Belgian sidewalk,” a wooden contraption designed to simulate loose tiles; a “sloping slope,” ramps angled at an ankle-unfriendly 45 degrees; and …

Europe

5 simple ways to slow down aging

Aging is largely your chromosomes' fault. That's what Nobel-prize winning biologist Elizabeth Blackburn discovered when she started exploring the world of the invisible, threadlike cellular strands that carry our genetic code.<p>"It's the over-shortening of telomeres that leads us to feel and see …

Women in Science

Seeking the Lost Art of Growing Old with Intention

Great lives often begin amid tumult and suffering. Seventy years ago, long before Bernd Heinrich became one of history’s fastest ultramarathoners, and ages before his scientific studies on ravens made him a leading naturalist, he was a skinny, impoverished kid living in a hut in the forest of …

Mike Foxworth's Nuzzel Newsletter

<b>The Daily Caller</b> – Dec 8, 10:43 PM<p>WASHINGTON — David Brock's Media Matters for America appears to be granting hundreds of thousands of dollars in …

The 1 Mistake That’s Aging You

Do you think your best years are yet to come? Or, are your glory days behind you? According to a new study from Trinity College Dublin, the way you …

Could inflammation in midlife predict dementia?

Newly published research concludes that inflammation in our 40s and 50s might be linked with increased brain shrinkage decades later. The ties …

Are you Prepared to Take Care of Your Parents?

Financial Services Professional<p>October 11, 2017<p>This is not an easy question to answer. It may be a very emotional one. But it does not mean you …

Parenting

Why you lose your hair when you get older

A wide variety of factors can cause baldness in men and women. Scientific studies show that chromosomes from both father and mother can lead to hair loss. Environmental factors also play a role. The following is a transcript of the video.<p>Why you lose your hair when you get older. It's a problem …

Hair

The Best Memory-Boosting Foods

Put these foods on your grocery list to remember where you parked when you leave the supermarket.<p>From forgetting where you put your keys to …

What happens to the brain as we age?

Brain aging is inevitable to some extent, but not uniform; it affects everyone, or every brain, differently. Slowing down brain aging or stopping it …

How big is the average person’s Social Security check?

The amount that men and women receive in Social Security benefits per month varies, but on average, it exceeds $1,400 per month.<p>The average person who signed up for Social Security in the past year was awarded $1,413.08 per month in benefits; however, benefits vary depending on a person's work …

Shifting Gears to Your Life Work After Retirement: A Boomer's Roadmap to Transform Retirement into the Best Time of Your Life

Shared via Kindle. Description: Thirty years with lots of time and not so much money makes for a VERY long vacation. So… what’s a 55+ Baby Boomer to …

Michael Foxworth

I Think My Dog's a Democrat Bryan Lewis Official Video

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Researchers found a new health benefit to chocolate that could prevent strokes

Is chocolate good or bad for you? This debate rages on, but a recent medical study may definitely comes down on the “pro” side — and we like the …

The Death Rate From Alzheimer's Disease Has Increased 55% Over 15 Years

It's showing an important problem.<p>Alzheimer's disease, the most common cause of dementia, affects about 5.5 million Americans - a number that's …

Health Screenings And Tests You Don't Need - AARP

AARP Membership: Join or Renew for Just $16 a Year. Here, we outline the four tests you may be able to avoid — with your doctor's blessing, of course …

Retirement

The 10 Best Cities to Retire in the US

YouTube

The Fight for the Four Freedoms: What Made FDR and the Greatest Generation Truly Great

Shared via Kindle. Description: The fascinating story of Franklin Roosevelt, the Greatest Generation, and the freedoms they won, is a “stirring, …

Yes, you can improve your memory. Here's how.

Think like a memory athlete<p>Think back to grade school. Do you remember those standardized tests where you were given lists of meaningless words to memorize? Then, after taking a challenging math or reading section, you had to write down as many words from that list as you could remember? If you …

Friends in Safe Spaces. Chad Prather and Steve Mudflap McGrew aka Larry the Liberal

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Boomers vs. Millennials

Millennials