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Healthy lifestyle behaviors decrease risk of stroke in women

Question

Do healthy lifestyle behaviors reduce the risk of stroke in older women?

What was done?

31,696 women completed a questionnaire about their diet and lifestyle. 325 more words

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Unhealthy lifestyle associated with poor cognitive functioning

Question

How does one’s lifestyle, i.e. eating habits, activity levels, etc. effect their cognitive functioning?

What was done?

A survey recording dietary information (fruit and vegetable intake, alcohol intake, fish and seafood intake), activity details (sedentary time, physical activity duration), and smoking behaviors was conducted. 317 more words

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Aerobic exercise improves brain volume

Question

Can aerobic activity increase the size of the hippocampus – a part of the brain linked with memory – in individuals who already have some memory loss? 390 more words

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BrainyEx: Better Brain, Better Life

By Hunter Van Houten, PT, DPT

“I lost my keys for the 2nd time this week!”

“I cannot possibly learn this new phone/camera/computer!”

“I may have told you this already…” 552 more words

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Video games linked to improved cognitive functioning

Background

Studies have suggested that video game training improves cognitive functioning; however, the evidence is unclear.

Why is this important?

Finding new ways to improve cognitive functioning is beneficial. 254 more words

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Learning music as a child protects brain's speech and auditory functions as you age, study finds

Starting formal musical training at a young age might get you one step closer to being a musical protégé, but according to a recent study, it could also be the key to preventing decay in speech listening skills in your later years. 545 more words

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