Are You Experienced? Ages 40 and Over Discussions (90)

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New Owner, Anybody?

Hi all! This is HotMess, the group owner and I've known for a long time that I really need to give this group to someone who has the time t…

Started by HotMess

0 Oct 28, 2012

Multivitamin users get 8 percent less cancer

Multivitamin Use Among Middle-Aged, Older Men Results in Modest Reduction in Cancer, Study Finds Participants received a daily multivitamin…

Started by Ruth Anthony-Gardner

1 Oct 28, 2012
Reply by Archie Robertson

Still Waiting for Godot?...

Personally, I think that the argument between god's existence v. no god exists is just, well, MOOT; who the hell cares? I really don't give…

Started by Christina Marlowe

9 Oct 23, 2012
Reply by Philip Jarrett

Tooth loss tied to dementia

People who can bit into an apple, either because they have natural teeth or dentures, are less likely to develop dementia. I never imagined…

Started by Ruth Anthony-Gardner

0 Oct 4, 2012

Zinc supplements NEWS

Zinc Deficiency Mechanism Linked to Aging, Multiple Diseases This is extra important if you're a vegetarian! A new study has outlined for t…

Started by Ruth Anthony-Gardner

0 Oct 2, 2012

Taking Benzodiazepine?

Over 65s at Increased Risk of Developing Dementia With Benzodiazepine, Study Suggests A new study found that people over 65 taking Benzodia…

Started by Ruth Anthony-Gardner

1 Sep 29, 2012
Reply by Rick Burnett

Cocoa falvanols help mild cognitive impairment in elderly

Senior citizens worried about memory problems? Try chocolate, cocoa, tea, grapes, red wine, and/or apples. Eating cocoa flavanols daily may…

Started by Ruth Anthony-Gardner

2 Sep 16, 2012
Reply by Lillie

Surgery effects the elderly brain

Surgery Has a More Profound Effect Than Anesthesia On Brain Pathology and Cognition in Alzheimer's Animal Model Doctors weren't sure if the…

Started by Ruth Anthony-Gardner

0 Sep 16, 2012

It's NEVER too late to exercise

Even the Very Elderly and Frail Can Benefit from Exercise A study carried out by Dr. Louis Bherer, PhD (Psychology), Laboratory Director an…

Started by Ruth Anthony-Gardner

0 Sep 7, 2012

Computer use = less dementia in elderly

The study only looked at men aged 65 to 85, but we can assume women would benefit as well. ...previous studies showed that cognitively-sti…

Started by Ruth Anthony-Gardner

0 Sep 5, 2012


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