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Moderate amounts of exercise can slow the progression of Alzheimer’s disease, an article published in The New York Times' Well Blog reports. A recent study published in PMC surveyed 100 men and women ages 65-89, separating the participants into 4 groups based on whether or not they exercised, and if...
Veterans who have suffered a traumatic brain injury (TBI) are more likely to be diagnosed with dementia, and at an earlier age, Reuters reports. The findings are based on a study in Neurology that examined the medical records of 188,000 veterans who had gone a medical evaluation between 2000 and 2003,...
Previous research has shown that people who use cannabis in their youth dramatically increase their risk of developing schizophrenia but now new research shows that the link may also be in the other direction, Reuters reports. The study, published in Molecular Psychiatry, included 2,082 healthy individuals,...