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The Aging Brain: Why We Forget and What Might Help

Where did I put the car keys? Why did I come into the kitchen? Memory impairment is something we all encounter, to various degrees, as we age. So, what’s happening to us? Let’s take a closer look at some of the scientific knowledge about the aging brain and memory, including encouraging information from recent research.

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Sugar: Should It Have a Warning Label?

Sugar: Should It Have a Warning Label?

Perhaps you’ve heard the saying, “Life is short; eat dessert first.” For some, it’s more of a mantra than a joke. In fact, sugary foods can literally become addictive. The reasons are complex and the subject of ongoing neurobiological research. But the results of consuming too much sugar…

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Exercise: Could More Be Better As We Get Older?

Exercise: Could More Be Better As We Get Older?

Remember the stamina and physical strength of our youth? Nothing, it seemed, could slow us down. What’s happened to our bodies, over time, to produce, comparatively, much less strength and endurance? (Not to mention a significant amount of fat instead of muscle?) More importantly, is there anything we can do to slow the rate at which this occurs and, perhaps, even reverse some of the decline?

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Younger-Acting Cells: A Balance to Clear the Way

Younger-Acting Cells: A Balance to Clear the Way

Imagine driving in city traffic. The lights are timed so that, if you’re lucky and there aren’t any accidents or crazy drivers cutting in front of you, you can drive several blocks before a red light stops you. But realistically, multiple factors often throw the system off balance and the traffic rarely flows smoothly…

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