Saturday, July 1, 2017

The Drink That Cuts Alzheimer’s Risk Up To 86%



Drinking tea is linked to a dramatic reduction in the risk of cognitive impairment in older people, new research suggests.

A single daily cup of tea reduces cognitive decline in those over 55 by 50%, the Chinese study found.

Among those with a genetic susceptibility to Alzheimer's, though, this risk reduction increased to 86%.

It did not matter which type of tea people consumed: green, black or oolong.

The only thing that mattered was that the tea was brewed from tea leaves.

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Sunday, June 25, 2017

Extra Virgin Olive Oil Protects Brain Tissue Against Alzheimer's In New Study

This has been a fantastic month for olive oil. A recent study showed that it stops brain cancer tumors in lab tests, and now a new study shows that it protects brain tissue from the toxic substances thought to cause Alzheimer's disease. The experiment used a well-verified Alzheimer's mouse model ...

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Saturday, June 24, 2017

Physical Activity Is Linked to Brain Health, Says a New Alzheimer's Study

Just keep moving. Scientists studying Alzheimer's have found that staying moderately active can lead to healthier brain functions in those at risk of developing the disease, potentially giving us …

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Tuesday, June 6, 2017

The 35 words you’re (probably) getting wrong

Have you made a flagrant error, in confusing your alternative choices? The legendary Fleet Street editor Harold Evans proscribes this glossary to solve your language dilemmas I freely acknowledge that, in a list of this sort, "glossary" is a fancy Latin word for a collection of pet peeves (noun, ...

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Wednesday, May 24, 2017

6 Ways Exercise Benefits The Body And Brain

Though some people actually love physical activity and look forward to it, for many of us, exercising is a mighty drag. Exercise has also had an added PR problem in recent years: A growing body of evidence has shown that it's not all that good for weight loss, which was probably many people's rea...

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