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Brain plaques associated with Alzheimer’s disease show up early in people who scored higher in neuroticism and lower in conscientiousness.
Elevated blood sugar levels measured using a glucose tolerance test predicted poor memory a decade later.
Even when people get more shuteye, the key to more beneficial health outcomes is peaceful, uninterrupted slumber.
Writing by hand can help people learn to read and write more effectively than typing text or viewing videos.
African Americans with multiple sclerosis face faster disease progression and poorer outcomes compared with their white peers.
Alzheimer’s advocates laud the approval of Aduhelm, but experts raise questions about its effectiveness and cost.
Hypertension, high glucose levels and obesity in early adulthood could lead to thinking and memory problems decades later.
People with prediabetes are at greater risk for cognitive decline and vascular dementia.
To preserve cognitive function, hypertension must be prevented or diagnosed and effectively treated in adults of any age.
The flavanol molecules found in cocoa may lead to faster brain recovery, among other things.
Sudden cognitive dysfunction is a common concern for seniors who’ve survived a serious bout of COVID-19.
Those who have lost a spouse may experience mental deterioration three times quicker than married people.
Barbara Sahakian, PhD, discusses ethical and practical issues raised by the use of smart drugs
on her school blog.
Can genius be packaged?
Experts found that elevated blood pressure in folks between ages 36 and 53 is linked to reduced brain volume later in life.
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