A study performed for the Mayo Clinic Study of Aging discovered men being 1.5 times more likely than women to have some mild cognitive impairment.
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A new study performed by an affiliate of Harvard Medical School evaluates this difference and explains how this may affect the structural makeup of programs to help prevent falls.
Scientists are researching the effects of vitamin B-6, B-12, and folate on the brain.
While many older individuals are sexually active while having diabetes, issues with intimacy have been reported.
Those who do not drink alcohol and heavy alcohol drinkers notice a mortality risk that is higher when compared to those who consume alcohol moderately.
Researchers discover older people who are scared of falling notice a higher risk of falling in the future, regardless of the true risk they have of actually falling.
A new study reveals how increased antibiotic usage by seniors in America might be related to an improved Medicare drug coverage.
Studies performed by both French and UK experts show prevention of dementia is most likely when those affected avoid diabetes and depression, become more educated, and also eat a more balanced diet with fruits and vegetables.