Beta Amyloid Deposits Accurate Predictor Of Future Alzheimer’s Onset

Beta amyloid deposits and excessive daytime sleepiness may be an accurate predictor of future Alzheimer’s onset in senior citizens, according to a recent National Institute On Aging (NIA) study. In the study, senior citizens who normally are active during the day but continuously felt sleepy, showed three times more deposits of beta amyloid compared to…

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Excuses For Senior Citizens To Avoid Exercises, No Excuse Says NIA

Senior citizens, just like many of us younger people don’t have to look hard for excuses, to avoid exercise. Indeed, seniors probably have better excuses than we do since they aren’t as fast, strong, or limber as us. However, precisely because of their physical condition, exercise on a schedule, even mild exercise, is critically important…

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