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Social activities can prevent cognitive decline in care facility residents

Written by | 24 Mar 2024

Social activities such as interactions with others and participation in organised events can prevent cognitive decline in long-term care facility. Research from Amsterdam UMC, carried out among 3600… read more.

Study finds daily multivitamin supplements improved memory and slowed cognitive aging in older adults

Written by | 30 May 2023

Few effective strategies have been shown in randomized clinical trials to improve memory or slow cognitive decline among older adults. Nutritional interventions may play an important role because… read more.

Therapeutic games and brain stimulation mitigates cognitive decline in older adults

Written by | 15 Oct 2022

Older people may be able to boost their working memory with a new approach that couples online therapeutic games with a non-invasive brain stimulation technique. Working memory is… read more.

Daily multivitamin may improve cognition and possibly protect against decline

Written by | 27 Sep 2022

Could taking a daily multivitamin help maintain cognitive health with aging and possibly prevent cognitive decline? According to new research from Wake Forest University School of Medicine, conducted in collaboration… read more.

Cases of cognitive decline in older people more than double in ten years

Written by | 29 Mar 2022

The researchers set out to see if there had been an increase in the numbers of older people who were reporting their first concerns about memory loss or… read more.

Wear and tear in vulnerable brain areas lead to lesions linked to cognitive decline

Written by | 30 Dec 2021

As our brains age, small lesions begin to pop up in the bundles of white matter that carry messages between our neurons. The lesions can damage this white… read more.

Breastfeeding may help prevent cognitive decline

Written by | 15 Nov 2021

A new study led by researchers at UCLA Health has found that women over the age of 50 who had breastfed their babies performed better on cognitive tests… read more.

Cognitive decline linked to bone loss and fracture risk

Written by | 5 Aug 2021

New research carried out under the auspices of the Canadian Multicentre Osteoporosis Study (CaMos) has found that cognitive decline is linked with accelerated bone loss and an increased… read more.

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