Walk & Grip Tests, Give Clue Who Most likely Develop Alzheimer’s & Stroke, Later In Life

Simple tests of physical ability like walking and gripping may give clues as to who at middle aged people are most likely to develop Alzheimer’s and suffer a stroke, later in life.

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High Calorie Diet Links To Likely Double The Risk Of Mild Cognitive Impairment

People who consumed more than 2,100 calories a day were far more likely to double the risk of ‘mild cognitive impairment’ (MCI) than those who ate less calories, according to researchers.

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Twenty Percent Of American Youths Experience Ineffective Communication Due To Hearing Loss

One in every five American youths aged 12 and older suffer hearing loss enough to interfere effective communication on a daily basis.

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