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January 24, 2019
Chicago’s Rush University Memory and Aging Project is a premiere institution studying the impact of memory and aging, particularly as it applies to Alzheimer’s disease. This group of researchers investigated the association of physical activity with cognitive pathology including Alzheimer’s disease. Their results were published recently in the online edition of the prestigious journal Neurology. Higher...
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Can even modestly elevated BP cause brain shrinkage in younger adults? Shockingly, the answer to this question may be “Yes, indeed it may!” New research asked this very question and found modest blood pressure elevations associated with decreased gray matter volume in young adults, as reported on MedPage Today January 23, 2019. A study published...
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