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Sleeping Longer Than 6.5 Hours a Night Associated With Cognitive Decline

A good night’s sleep is important for many reasons. It helps our body repair itself and function as it should, and is linked to better mental health and lower risk of many health conditions – including heart disease and diabetes. It’s also been shown... Continue Reading →

Cause of Alzheimer’s progression in the brain

For the first time, researchers have used human data to quantify the speed of different processes that lead to Alzheimer’s disease and found that it develops in a very different way than previously thought. Their results could have important implications... Continue Reading →

Fat Cells Found to Play a Central Role in Cognitive Decline and Neurodegeneration

Findings published last week reveal new insights into the role of fat cells in cognitive decline and neurodegeneration, according to a study that involves the oxidant amplification loop led by Marshall University scientists. The research, published in iScience, shows that fat... Continue Reading →

Differences in Walking Patterns Could Predict Type of Cognitive Decline in Older Adults

Canadian researchers are the first to study how different patterns in the way older adults walk could more accurately diagnose different types of dementia and identify Alzheimer’s disease. A new study by a Canadian research team, led by London researchers... Continue Reading →

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