Memory

Memory

2018 MMM Index

· · Memory

Index key: Subject (Month, page number)
Aging

Study Finds Older Adults More Likely to Overshare Than Younger People (Jan., p2)
What to Know About Rekindling Romance (Feb., p7)
Sad, Serious Life Events May Speed Up Aging of the Body and Brain (June p2)
When it Comes to Improving Thinking and
Memory,  … Read More

News Briefs: Atrial Fibrillation & Dementia; Cancer Survivors; Walking & Stroke Severity

· · Memory

Managing Atrial Fibrillation May Help Reduce Dementia Risk
People with a common heart condition called atrial fibrillation (afib) may experience a more rapid decline in memory and thinking skills than individuals without the heart rhythm disturbance, according to a study published recently in the journal Neurology. But taking anticoagulants (blood thinners)  … Read More

Sleep 7 to 8 Hours a Night for Better Brain Function

· · Memory

Among the findings of the world’s largest sleep study—involving more than 40,000 people around the world—was the conclusion that too much or too little sleep can significantly affect your thinking skills. In the study, published in the journal SLEEP, volunteers participated in an online investigation that explored time spent sleeping  … Read More

3. Macronutrients and Brain Power

· · Memory

The term “nutrient” can refer to vitamins and minerals, or even less-well-known nutrients, such as flavonoids. All these are im-portant, but the big picture when it comes to nutrition and brain power concerns what are referred to as “macronutrients”: fats, carbohydrates (“carbs”), and protein. It’s no wonder that so many  … Read More

2. Eating for Brain Power

· · Memory

The updated Dietary Guidelines for Americans (DGA) placed a new emphasis on dietary patterns for lifelong health and prevention of chronic diseases, such as Alzheimer’s. Thinking of brain-healthy eating as an overall pattern of dietary choices helps make it clear that protecting your brain isn’t as simple as eating a  … Read More

1. Inside the Brain

· · Memory

If you were to look only at the record of pharmaceutical interventions against Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia, the picture would be bleak. “’The history of the results of clinical trials has been a history of disappointment,” says Keith Fargo, PhD, director of scientific programs and outreach for  … Read More

Healthy Heart, Healthy Brain

· · Memory

If you’re looking to preserve your brain power, doing all you can to preserve your heart health will help, according to recent European research demonstrating that people who adhered to the most measures of cardiovascular health had lower risk for cognitive decline and dementia than their less heart-healthy peers. Neurologist  … Read More



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