Monthly Archives: January 2017

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Brain training effective for mild cognitive decline

Australian researchers have found that computer-based brain training can improve memory and mood in older adults with mild cognitive impairment, although the training is not effective in those who have already been diagnosed with dementia. For the study a team from the University of Sydney reviewed research spanning more than 20 years, looking at 17 […]

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Pets combat mental illness

Pets could play an active role in the treatment of their owners’ long-term mental health problems, according to authors of a small study in the United Kingdom. Researchers found that many pets were seen as the most valuable and central social support in owners’ lives, often providing secure relationships not available through human ties. “Although […]

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The DASH diet-live better and longer.

If you’ve resolved to eat healthy and lose weight in 2017, a new report suggests the DASH diet may be your best bet. For the seventh year in a row, U.S. News & World Report has named the plant-based eating plan as the best choice overall, followed by the Mediterranean diet, up from fourth place […]

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