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Take Dementia Out With the Trash: Daily Chores May Prevent Cognitive Decline Getting an elderly person to be active by having them help with daily chores like doing the dishes, cleaning the bathroom, and folding laundry might just help prevent them from developing dementia, according to a study reported by…

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Diabetes & Dementia Information about Dementia Risk and High Blood Sugar Research points to a link between diabetes and the risk of cognitive decline and Alzheimer’s disease. A report from the Archives of Neurology found that among 824 people older than age 55, those with diabetes had lower scores on many measures of cognition…

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Take Dementia Out With the Trash: Daily Chores May Prevent Cognitive Decline Getting an elderly person to be active by having them help with daily chores like doing the dishes, cleaning the bathroom, and folding laundry might just help prevent them from developing dementia, according to a study reported by…

Poor Sleep and Cognitive Decline Connected, and Other News to Know

Poor sleep may lead to cognitive decline Sleep troubles may promote cognitive decline in aging men who don’t have pre-existing impairment, says a new report from the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF).  Waking up multiple times during the night, not being able to fall back asleep after waking up, and shorter…

The Truth Behind the Shocking New Statistics on Global Dementia Rates

When it comes to dementia, things are never cut and dry. Now, two newly published reports offer conflicting conclusions regarding how widespread Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia will be in the coming years. One article, published in the November edition of the New England Journal of Medicine,gives a rare dose…

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Information about Dementia Risk and High Blood Sugar Research points to a link between diabetes and the risk of cognitive decline and Alzheimer’s disease. A report from the Archives of Neurology found that among 824 people older than age 55, those with diabetes had lower scores on many measures of cognition and a 65%…