An expansive new study promotes the power of sleep for people in their 50s and 60s. Research shows a good night’s sleep will improve your chances of not developing dementia.
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Whether it’s the feeling of the isolation and fear associated with the global pandemic or a side effect of COVID-19 survivors, there are concerns about lingering feelings of mental fuzziness.
In cognitive tests, the research showed cognition scores began to decline in the early baby boomers and decreased further in the mid-baby boomers.
Some people would consider Sadie a bad dog. She had been turned away at three shelters before ending up at the Ramapo-Bergen Animal Refuge in Oakland, New Jersey, last September.
Valentine’s Day is all about memories. The magic of yesterday, sprinkled with the moments to come. Happily, ever after, etched in every photo, love letter, email, and sealed with a kiss.
Researchers from Tel Aviv University used hyperbaric oxygen chambers to target what has been referred to as the “human biological clock” and for the first time, showed success in reversing the biological markers of aging.
We can’t escape the biological timeline of aging. But we can stem the tide with new technology.
A recent study looked at how COVID-19 impacted the brains of more than 84,000 people that have recovered from the virus.
Alzheimer’s Disease has long tentacles. Learn how It has impacted the world of “This Is Us” actor Jon Huertas.
COVID-19 does have most of us staying home these days, but it can’t stop us from protecting our brains. One way to do that is through novel, physical activity. Here’s how Stephen Jepson stays active and keeps his brain fit.
Dr. Daniel Amen is one of the world’s leading experts on brain health. He talks with Growing Bolder to offer practical tips and ways to improve your brain and thereby your entire body. Start feeling better today with his simple steps.
Do you text and tweet and post and drive and check your email and do all this multitasking? Do you realize what it’s doing to your brain? Neuroscientist Daniel Levitin has the surprising answer.