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COVID-19 brain fog, dementia risk higher for 2 years after infection - study

A major study of over 1.25 million people has indicated that people with COVID-19 are at a higher risk of brain fog and dementia, as well as other neurological and mental health conditions.

21/08/2022
Among the world’s healthiest vegetables, spinach comes out at the top-ranking list for nutrient rich

This is the amazing thing that spinach does to your brain

Leafy greens are healthy, can help you maintain a healthy weight and promote heart health. Don’t wait, go buy kale and spinach.

By Walla!
17/08/2022
Holocaust survivor Betty Stein, 92, (L) and Eli Boyer, 91, play ping pong

Which leisure activities are linked to lower risk of dementia? - study

Researchers conducted a meta-analysis encompassing 38 studies from around the world.

Virtual image of human heart

This heart abnormality can raise your risk for dementia - study

An abnormality in the heart's left atrium known as atrial cardiopathy is already linked to stroke and atrial fibrillation, but it may be independently linked to dementia as well.

10/08/2022

Fast food, prunes, dementia: Which foods help women's health? - study

Fast food is convenient but devastating to the body and linked to a higher risk of dementia, with health damage passed on even to babies.

Dementia: Finding happiness beyond the point of no return

Barbara Diamond gets personal in her blog, Thedementiadiary.com

By LIANE GRUNBERG WAKABAYASHI
15/07/2022

Dementia: Finding happiness beyond the point of no return

Barbara Diamond gets personal in her blog, Thedementiadiary.com

By LIANE GRUNBERG WAKABAYASHI
13/07/2022
 Woman walking

Your walking speed can reveal if you’ll develop dementia

An experiment conducted over a number of years on people aged 65+ found that the pace of walking reveals much more than one’s physiological condition.

By Walla!
18/06/2022

86-year-old Israeli arrested for trying to murder his wife

The man turned himself over to police and claimed that she had been stealing money he had been saving to bring his granddaughter from Ukraine to Israel.

Cranberries could improve memory and ward off dementia - study

A peer review study found that eating cranberries significantly improved visual episodic memory, neural functioning and blood delivery to the brain.

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