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Posture assessed in health exam detects cognitive decline
Posture assessed in health exam detects cognitive decline

A mass survey of citizens aged 50 to 89 years examined whether cognitive decline could be detected by sagittal spinal balance measurement based on a radiological approach. Doctors from Shinshu University observed associations of sagittal vertical axis (SVA) anteriorization and higher age with lower cognitive function.

9 steps you can take to ward off dementia
9 steps you can take to ward off dementia

Although the prevalence of dementia is expected to triple over the next 40 years, research has revealed risk factors that we can influence through lifestyle choices. A new study has concluded that 30-50% of Alzheimer’s disease cases could be preventable.

Diet and Alzheimer's Disease
Diet and Alzheimer's Disease

Research has shown that a plant based diet is not only beneficial to the brain, but may also help to prevent dementias including Alzheimer’s disease. Eating well can help to protect our memory as we grow older.

Could Viagra help prevent Alzheimer's Disease?
Could Viagra help prevent Alzheimer's Disease?

A new Cleveland Clinic-led study has identified sildenafil – an FDA-approved therapy for erectile dysfunction (Viagra) and pulmonary hypertension (Revatio) – as a promising drug candidate to help prevent and treat Alzheimer’s disease.

Living with dogs (but not cats) as a toddler might protect against Crohn’s disease
Living with dogs (but not cats) as a toddler might protect against Crohn’s disease

Young children who grow up with a dog or in a large family may have some protection later in life from a common inflammatory bowel disease known as Crohn’s disease, according to a study to be presented at Digestive Disease Week® (DDW) 2022.

Mindfulness as a key to success in psychotherapy
Mindfulness as a key to success in psychotherapy

Meditation, yoga, and relaxation techniques have gained widespread acceptance among broad segments of the population in recent years. However, meditative, mindfulness-based interventions have also been used successfully for many years in the clinical treatment of psychological and physical conditions such as anxiety, depression, and chronic pain.

I don't even remember what I read - People enter a 'dissociative state' when using social media
"I don't even remember what I read" - People enter a 'dissociative state' when using social media

Sometimes when we are reading a good book, it's like we are transported into another world and we stop paying attention to what's around us. Researchers at the University of Washington wondered if people enter a similar state of dissociation when surfing social media, and if that explains why users might feel out of control after spending so much time on their favorite app.

Younger Men Pre-disposed to Developing Heart Disease and Diabetes Through Worrying
Younger Men Pre-disposed to Developing Heart Disease and Diabetes Through Worrying

Anxious middle-aged men may be at greater risk of suffering from heart disease, stroke and/or type 2 diabetes

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A mass survey of citizens aged 50 to 89 years examined
whether cognitive decline could be detected by sagittal spinal

Although the prevalence of dementia is expected to triple over
the next 40 years, research has revealed risk factors that we ...

Research has shown that a plant based diet is not only
beneficial to the brain, but may also help to prevent dementias

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