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Being fit in your youth may help you slow cognitive decline in middle age, The New York Times' Well blog reports. The finding is based on a study in Neurology that recruited thousands of men and women ages 18-30 during the 1980's. The participants underwent several health and fitness tests, including a...
Proteins and growth factors in the blood of young mammals may be able to help reverse the aging process in older mammals, The New York Times reports. The finding is based on two studies, both of which found that exposing old mice to the blood supply of young mice can help reverse neurological aging. The...
The Los Angeles Times reports on new research in JAMA Internal Medicine that has shown that high initial doses of antidepressants prescribed to people under the age of 24 may increase the risk of suicide attempts. The study used medical records to track 162,625 U.S. residents, ages 10 to 64, who were...