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- Traffic exposure may increase risk of dementia, study finds Dementia affects tens of millions of people worldwide. Common risk factors include age, family history, and genetics. But new research points to an additional factor that might affect the chances of developing dementia: living near a major, busy road.Living next to a major roadway may increase the chances of developing dementia.Dementia describes a wide range of brain illnesses that… View On WordPress
- Magnesium ups and lowers dementia risk Magnesium ups and lowers dementia risk 2017 Health News These days, there is a supplement for everything. In brain-care, the latest must-have is a magnesium supplement, designed to reduce your levels of cortisol, the stress hormone. However, a new study warns pill-poppers that it’s not as simple. People with both high and low levels of magnesium in their blood may be at a greater risk of… View On WordPress
- Midlife cardiovascular risk factors may increase chances of dementia Midlife cardiovascular risk factors may increase chances of dementia Hypertension News Ssri Drugs A large, long-term study suggests that middle aged Americans who have vascular health risk factors, including diabetes, high blood pressure and smoking, have a greater chance of suffering from dementia later in life. The study, published in JAMA Neurology, was funded by the National Institutes of… View On WordPress
- Blood-thinning drugs may protect against dementia as well as stroke in people suffering from irregular heartbeat, new research suggests. A study found that patients being treated for atrial fibrillation (AF) were less likely to develop dementia if they were taking anticoagulants . Their risk was reduced by up to 48% compared with others with the same condition who were not prescribed the drugs. Scientists analysed health record data from more than 444,000 Swedish AF patients. While the findings cannot prove cause and effect, they “strongly suggest” that blood-thinning pills protect against dementia in patients with the condition, said the team. Atrial fibrillation is known to increase the risk of stroke and blood clots, which some experts think may appear in the brain and help trigger dementia. Most popular on Yahoo News UK: Vladimir Putin warns of genetic super-soldiers ‘more deadly than a nuclear bomb’ Watch the outrageous overtaking move that got this Audi driver banned for a year Scientists think they have explained why people voted for Donald Trump and Brexit Woman, 26, admits ‘brutal’ murder of her 34-year-old sister at their home in Luton ‘A challenge for years to come’: Report finds that 425 of 850 Britons who went to fight for Isis have returned Dr Leif Friberg, from the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden, who co-led the study, said: “As a clinician I know there are AF patients who have a fatalistic view upon stroke. Either it happens or it does not. Few patients are fatalistic about dementia, which gradually makes you lose your mind. “No brain can withstand a constant bombardment of microscopic clots in the long run. Patients probably want to hang on to as many of their little grey cells for as long as they can. “In order to preserve what you’ve got, you should take care to use anticoagulants if you are diagnosed with AF, as they have been proved to protect against stroke and, which this study indicates, also appear to protect against dementia.” Blood-thinning drugs could fight dementia, researchers say (Picture: Rex) The researchers identified everyone in Sweden who had been given a diagnosis of AF between 2006 and 2014. Monitoring each person’s progress provided 1.5 million years of follow-up during which 26,210 patients were diagnosed with dementia. Prescribed blood thinners include the drugs warfarin, apixaban, dabigatran, edoxaban and rivaroxaban. Their protective effect was greater the earlier treatment started after a diagnosis of AF, the scientists found. Dr Friberg said patients should begin taking the drugs as soon as possible and continue using them. He added: “Doctors should not tell their patients to stop using oral anticoagulants without a really good reason. “To patients, I would say ‘Don’t stop unless your doctor says so’.” The study, published in the European Heart Journal, found no difference in dementia prevention between the older blood-thinning drug warfarin and newer anticoagulants. Professor Jeremy Pearson, associate medical director at the British Heart Foundation, said: “Strokes caused by a clot blocking the blood vessels in the brain are a major cause of dementia, and atrial fibrillation is an important risk factor as it increases the chances of these clots forming. “By treating AF patients with blood-thinning drugs, you reduce the risk of both stroke and dementia.” Dr Carol Routledge, head of science at Alzheimer’s Research UK, said: “The findings highlight a need to investigate this link further, but the nature of the study prevents us from firmly concluding that anticoagulants reduce the risk of dementia. “It will be important to see the results of other ongoing studies in this area, as well as teasing apart the exact relationship between anticoagulants and the risk of different types of dementia.” (Main picture: PA)
- For women, high blood pressure in your 40s may be tied to increased risk of Dementia For women, high blood pressure in your 40s may be tied to increased risk of Dementia Hypertension News Ssri Drugs Women who develop high blood pressure in their 40s may be more likely to develop dementia years later, according to a study published in the , online issue of Neurology®, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology.“High blood pressure in midlife is a… View On WordPress
- 4 Ways to Reduce Your Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease According to the Alzheimer’s Association, over five million Americans battle Alzheimer’s each day. The Association believes the number could grow to sixteen million by 2050. Even scarier is that one in three seniors passes away with Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia. This year, alone, Alzh…
- George Sandeman, The Guardian, 23 August 2017About 6 million middle-aged people in England areendangering their health by not taking so much as a brisk walk once a month,government advisers have said.Clinicians said such a lack of exercise increases anindividual’s risk of prematurely developing serious health conditions includingtype 2 diabetes, heart disease, dementia and cancer.Public Health England (PHE) said 41% of the 15.3 millionEnglish adults aged 40 to 60 walk less than 10 minutes continuously each monthat a brisk pace of at least 3mph.PHE has launched a health campaign targeting the sedentarymiddle-aged by encouraging them to walk to the shop instead of using a car andto take up walking on lunch breaks to add “many healthy years” to their lives.Health leaders believe that 10 minutes’ walking a day islikely to be seen as achievable by people who are chronically inactive and thatthe health benefits include increased fitness, improved mood, a healthier bodyweight and a 15% reduction in the risk of dying prematurely.PHE said walking required no skill, facilities or equipmentand was more “accessible and acceptable” than other forms of physical activityfor most people. Guidance issued by the UK’s four chief medical officers in2011 instructed the British population on how much exercise they should beparticipating in each week.They said that adults should do at least two and a halfhours of moderately intensive activity a week.Dr Jenny Harries, the deputy medical director of PHE, said: “Iknow first hand that juggling the priorities of everyday life often meansexercise takes a back seat. Walking to the shops instead of driving or goingfor a brisk 10-minute walk on your lunch break each day can add many healthyyears to your life. The Active 10 app is a free and easy way to help anyonebuild more brisk walking into their daily routine.”Prof Sir Muir Gray, a clinical adviser for the Active 10 appand the One You campaign, added: “We all know physical activity is good foryour health but for the first time we’re seeing the effects that easilyachievable changes can make. By walking just 10 continuous minutes at a briskpace every day, an individual can reduce their risk of early death by 15%.“They can also prevent or delay the onset of disability andfurther reduce their risk of serious health conditions, such as type 2diabetes, heart disease, dementia and some cancers.”
- Aging research specialists have identified, for the first time, a form of mental exercise that can reduce the risk of dementia.The cognitive training, called speed of processing, showed benefits up to 10 years after study participants underwent the mental exercise program, said Frederick W. Unverzagt, PhD, professor of psychiatry atIndiana University School of Medicine.The proportion of… View On WordPress
Dementia news: Six ‘GOLDEN’ rules to reduce risk of developing the condition REVEALED
Are Depression and Dementia related?
They can be. Suffering from depression puts you more at risk for developing dementia later in life
Is it true that even a small amount of alcohol is toxic to the body? Why the heck do people drink this stuff?
Tiny doses of alcohol such as 1 bottle of beer are actually healthy for you. They have been known to reduce your risk of developing and dying from heart disease, possibly reduce your risk of ischemic stroke (when the arteries to your brain become narrowed or blocked, causing severely reduced blood flow), and possibly reduce your risk of diabetes. But beware when drinking too much as it will increase the alcohol to blood ratio and slow down your bodily functions and delay your reactions. I think the reason why people drink alcohol is that it makes them feel good for a short time and pulls them away from the stress in their life.
Atheists: if God doesn't exist, then why is it wrong to commit sexual assault?
"if God doesn't exist, then why is it wrong to commit sexual assault?"
The golden rule applies.
"Ithe Bible says"
Nothing indicates that the bible might be a true story or anywhere near that.
What the bible says is just as important as the Harry Potter books.
"But if God doesn't exist, then why care about sexual assault?"
We are social animals. We live in groups (tribes until a few hundred years ago). Groups that are able to reduce their in-group fights have more free resources. Resources to fend off other groups, to outgrow other groups, to conquer other groups. The rules to reduce in-group fighting are called morals. Groups with good rules have a clear advantage over groups with bad rules.
Imagine half of your population (the female half) can't work or can't leave the house, because the risk of being raped is too high. Imagine a neighboring tribe where rape is outlawed and does not happen. Do you see the advantage?
" In the atheist worldview we're all just sacks of chemicals acting according to predetermined, fixed laws of physics and chemistry."
It is a bit more complicated, but yes.
"Why should one person's brain patterns leading him to commit sexual assault be seen as inferior to those who do not commit sexual assault?"
Because the golden rule is super helpful if you want to live in a group.
"It's just chemicals inside one's head."
Yes. But it is also chemicals in other people's heads. The chemicals make other people upset if you attack them. People don't like that.
But it happened, that people got raped. It happened a lot. Again and again. Not only rape, but other kinds of assault as well. People disliked it so much that they made up rules against it. They built court houses, we built jails, we pay policemen. Just to keep you from raping others, because belief in a god does not help.
Polls and Surveys: Have you ever played the board game called Risk? Did you like it?
Yes, I have. And I love it a lot. It's my second favorite strategy game, behind only Chess. I've played it with my family more times than I can count. We own both the original Risk, and Risk 2210 AD, a version of Risk set in the future. Personally, I prefer Risk 2210 due to it's futuristic setting.
Once, I even got to play Risk in German. Back in high school, I took a two semesters of German, and one day, the teacher let us play board games in German, and I chose to play Risk. Thankfully, one member of our group had the rules memorized, because if he didn't, we'd have been clueless. Even though I've played it before, I do not have the rules memorized, and my German is not good enough to read the instructions.
Does President Trump have dementia?
My Father recently passed away, having been diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease, and Alzheimer's Disease. Dad did experience more than a few moments of Dementia, including Auditory and Visual Hallucinations. I was Dad's Primary Care Giver, for the last four years of his life. I became well acquainted with all the manifestations of Dementia. I feel I have earned the ability to look upon the President's behavior, and claim he is certainly no Diplomat.....but, neither does he suffer from Dementia. Just a quick Layman's distinction between being elderly, and suffering from Dementia. Forgetting where a loved one left their comb is NOT Dementia. Gazing at a comb, and wondering what in the Hell is THIS thing, and what do I use it for.....now, THAT'S Dementia. The President does NOT suffer from Dementia...boorish behavior, perhaps, but not Dementia. Thank God.
UK -- is mass muslim immigration finally beginning to reduce the value of EU citizenship around the world?
germany & france risk being struck off the VWP ( visa free travel into the US for up to 90 days ) after the paris terror attack and the high risk of terror in general.
you can bet the UK is also being considered given our pathetic...
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Does drinking coffee greatly reduce the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease?
Coffee is certainly one of science's most investigated beverages.
Recently, I found the Lifehacker website stating:
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If I am at risk for health condition caused by overweight/obesity, what's the fastest way to cure myself (reduce weight/fat/etc)? [duplicate]
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Does more than one unit of alcohol a day damage your brain function and increase the risk of dementia?
Does more than one unit of alcohol a day damage your long term brain function and increase the risk of dementia?
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What can you do to reduce the risk of developing osteoporois?
What will help you reduce the risk of developing various forms of cancer?
What can people do to reduce their risk of developing type 2 or diabetes?
Does streching reduce your risk of developing a sports injury?
What are lifestyle behaviors that help reduce the risk of developing a non communicable disease?
Can Good food choices can reduce the risk of developing chronic diseases?
What condition is a person at greatest risk of developing hypothermia?
What set of principles developed by the usda and the usdhhs to help reduce the risk of developing chronic diseases?
A set of principles developed by the usda and the usdhhs to help reduce the risk of developing chronic disease?
If you have high blood pressure in your family you will be at higher risk for developing this same condition yourself?
Eating animal fat daily and reducing the intake of plant fiber can reduce the risk of developing cancer?
Depressants may reduce the effectiveness of your immune system making it easier for you to catch a cold and you may be at a greater risk for developing cancer?
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- They may reduce risk for certain undertakings but should not completely insulate private investors from risk. Estos incentivos pueden reducir el riesgo para determinadas empresas, pero no deben aislar completamente del riesgo a los inversores privados.
- The same arguments can equally well apply here in that we are encouraging prudent risk management and rewarding those that manage and reduce risk.
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- Those risks can be categorized as country location risk, credit risk, liquidity risk, currency risk and operational risk. Los riesgos podían clasificarse en riesgo debido a la ubicación en el país, riesgo de los créditos, riesgo de liquidez, riesgo de las divisas y riesgo de operaciones.
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