Exercise Gives Brain a Boost
In the United States, the population of people 65 and older has increased by about 16% since 1990, while the “oldest old,” those 85 and up, has increased by an incredible 42%.

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Eat Your Way to Clearer Thinking
Anyone who’s cared for a loved one with dementia understands the agony of watching a clear mind slip away. But new research on this topic brings new hope.

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Mental Tune-Up – Simple Steps to Brain Wellness
"As our society ages, and at the same time becomes more technologically complex, there is increasing interest in understanding the effects of ageing on cognitive function."

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Did you know?
Blueberries and other dark-skinned fruits and berries are high in antioxidant compounds called polyphenols. People who eat these foods regularly are less likely to develop conditions like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease later in life. Nuts, seeds, and olive oil are naturally rich sources of monounsaturated fats that may help preserve cognitive function.

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