This week for Healthy Aging Month, we’re taking a look at the best foods you can eat to keep your brain healthy. On the short list for brain-boosting consumables: vegetables, nuts, and coffee! Yes, coffee. Sometimes bad habits pay off. Learn how that delightful and aromatic bean can keep your brain running smoothly in the article below, and stay tuned for more Health Aging Month tips next week! ow.ly/N9cB50vViiP... See moreSee less
The diet can have a significant impact on the brain's function. A brain-healthy diet, rich in antioxidants and omega-3 fatty acids, can boost memory and learning while staving off neurodegenerative disorders, such as Alzheimer's disease. Here, we look at the evidence for some of the best brain foods...
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Exercise seems to endow a wealth of benefits, from the release of happiness-inducing hormones to higher physical fitness. New research shows it may provide a boost to the mind too. ow.ly/XJtE50w3qff... See moreSee less
Researchers have found that a single bout of exercise benefits some older people's brains. In experiments in which participants aged 60 to 80 exercised once and multiple times, the researchers found some individuals showed improved cognitive functions and working memory.
Happy Healthy Aging Month! Did you know that staying social can improve your health? Staying engaged can help prevent cognitive decline, lower rates of depression, and can encourage you to become more active! Get social by joining clubs or fitness classes. Joining clubs can create new friendships and can peak interests in reading, gardening and cooking that may not have been there before. Stay engaged and find the joy in life and aging with these tips! ow.ly/pLQt50vVi8h... See moreSee less
September is Healthy Aging Month! Every week this month, we’ll be sharing a new post dedicated to the science of aging healthily. This week, we’ve got an eye-catching infographic on the benefits of a colorful diet courtesy of the American Heart Association. Fruits and veggies don’t just look nice in a still life, they’re vital to maintaining a healthy heart! ... See moreSee less
September is Healthy Aging Month – a month dedicated to you and your health! Take this month to think about what you want to achieve. Reach out to friends, family, physicians and activity coordinators to reach goals, try new things and live your life to the fullest! It’s never too late to start something new. Here are a few tips and tricks to make the most of your Healthy Aging Month! ow.ly/rGQ650vVhBP... See moreSee less
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