Posts Tagged ‘Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI)’

American Academy of Neurology (AAN) Recommends Annual Memory Tests for Seniors

The American Academy of Neurology (AAN) recommends that Seniors age 65 and over be screened every year by their physicians for thinking and memory problems. Aging is a major risk factor for developing problems with memory and thinking. This recommendation was published September 18, 2019, online in the journal of Neurology . The test may…

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Green Leaf Vegetables may Prevent Cognitive Decline in Seniors

Eat those Greens! A study published January, 2018, in the Neurology Journal found that eating some kinds of vegetables with green leaves significantly prevented cognitive decline in seniors. In fact, those that ate the highest amount of greens were found to be 11 years cognitively younger than those who ate less. The study followed 960 seniors…

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Health benefits of Hand Crafts for Seniors

Hand Crafts: Knitting, Crocheting, Quilting At one time the classic picture of granny was an old woman with a serene look on her face knitting while sitting in a rocking chair. Today, hand crafts like knitting, crocheting and quilting are still popular with people of all ages. What has made them survive in today’s digital…

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