Are You Experienced? Ages 40 and Over Discussions (87)

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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

Do you have a SuperAger brain?

Secrets of 'SuperAger' Brains: Elderly Super-Agers Have Brains That Look and Act Decades Younger Than Their Age *Envy* *Envy* A small perce…

Started by Ruth Anthony-Gardner

0 Aug 18, 2012

How LIBOR price fixing hurt older folks

Perhaps you didn't pay much attention to the LIBOR scandal because you thought it didn't effect you. Guess again. 6 Ways Big Banks Screwed…

Started by Ruth Anthony-Gardner

0 Jul 25, 2012

A drink a day good for bones

Moderate Alcohol Consumption May Help Prevent Bone Loss, Study Suggests Drinking a moderate amount of alcohol as part of a healthy lifestyl…

Started by Ruth Anthony-Gardner

1 Jul 11, 2012
Reply by Write4U

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