A study shows that eating more flavonoids — the antioxidants found in many vegetables, fruits, tea and wine — may slow your rate of memory loss
Eating more flavonols, antioxidants found in many vegetables, fruits, tea and wine, may slow your rate of memory loss, a new study finds.
Secrets of 'SuperAgers' who possess brains as sharp as people 20 to 30 years younger
Despite volunteering and working out at the gym several days each week, socializing frequently with friends and family, reading all manner of ...
Ultraprocessed foods linked to cancer and early death, studies find
Eating a lot of ultraprocessed foods significantly increases men's risk of colorectal cancer and can lead to heart disease and early death in ...
1 in 10 Americans over 65 have dementia, study finds
One in 10 Americans over 65 had dementia, while 22% experienced mild cognitive impairment, the earliest stage of the slow slide into senility, ...
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