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Women Who Lack Sleep Crave Sugar And Unhealthy Fats

Women Who Lack Sleep Crave Sugar And Unhealthy Fats

A new study showed that women who lack sleep crave sugar and unhealthy fats. This study included almost 500 women and spanned 1 year. The publication appeared on Feb. 17, 2020 in the Journal of the American Heart Association. The researchers analyzed what the women ate, how much sleep
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Aerobic Exercise Against Alzheimer's

Aerobic Exercise Against Alzheimer’s

A 1-year randomized clinical trial showed aerobic exercise against Alzheimer’s is effective in preserving brain volume. Researchers assigned a total of 70 patients 55 and older with mild cognitive impairment to either a group that did regular aerobic exercises or a group that did stre
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Researchers Examined Alzheimer’s Disease By PET Scanner

Researchers Examined Alzheimer’s Disease By PET Scanner

Researchers examined Alzheimer’s disease by PET scanner at the Cambridge University. They found interesting new data about the tau protein that damages the memory center in Alzheimer’s patients. There are two proteins that accumulate in the brains of Alzheimer’s patients. The first on
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Brain Changes Even With Moderate Alcohol Consumption

Brain Changes Even With Moderate Alcohol Consumption

New research has shown that there are brain changes even with moderate alcohol consumption. This article is based on a new study dated June 2017 from England. It has shown that there are brain changes even with moderate alcohol consumption. Specifically, it is the hippocampus that atr
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Resveratrol Helps Memory And Blood Sugar

Resveratrol Helps Memory And Blood Sugar

The Journal of Neuroscience reported that resveratrol helps memory and blood sugar; a trial on 23 healthy, but overweight persons between the ages of 50 and 75 is described. They were given 200 mg of resveratrol as a supplement per day for 26 weeks. A control group of 23 subjects were
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