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Boost Memory By Reading And Writing
2013-07-04 09:54:45

Good news for those reading and writing this article: a new study from Rush University Medical Center in Chicago claims reading and writing may preserve memory into old age.

2012-04-10 05:04:35

Pick up a book! Reading and writing now may contribute to prolonged memory retention and thinking abilities when you’re older.

2012-04-05 10:20:21

Two new studies published in the April 4 online issue of Neurology, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology, suggest that a person's memory declines at a faster rate in the last two-and-a-half years of life than at any other time after memory problems first begin.

2012-04-05 09:22:39

New research finds that a person's memory declines at a faster rate in the two- and-a-half years before death than at any other time after memory problems first begin.

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2010-09-16 09:30:00

Old age and memory loss have long been anecdotally linked, but advancing in years may not actually be related to those so-called 'senior moments' that often plague the elderly.

2010-09-02 08:52:06

You've heard that activities like completing crossword puzzles, reading a book and listening to the radio may protect your brain from dementia.

2010-07-06 12:29:59

Depression is commonly reported in people with Alzheimer's disease and its precursor, mild cognitive impairment, with several studies suggesting having a history of major depression may nearly double your risk of developing dementia later in life.

2010-03-23 11:44:41

People with Alzheimer's disease experience a rate of cognitive decline four times greater than those with no cognitive impairment according to a new study by researchers at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago.


Word of the Day
chomage
  • Stoppage; cessation (of labor).
  • A standing still or idling (of mills, factories, etc.).
The word chomage comes into English from French.]
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