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Football players age faster and develop dementia sooner, Harvard study finds

Football players age faster and develop dementia sooner, Harvard study finds

BOSTON— Football has come under the microscope in recent years when it comes to how dangerous the sport is, not least because of the potential for head injuries. The focus on CTE and how the condition has destroyed the lives of former gamers is leading more parents to keep their kids off the grill, and …

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Miami Dolphins tight end Julius Thomas runs after catching the Buffalo Bills during the third quarter at New Era Field.

NFL players age ten years faster than general population: Harvard study

NFL players are aging nearly a decade faster than the general population and suffer from arthritis and high blood pressure as early as their 20s, according to a new study from Harvard Medical School. The study, published on Thursday, was spurred by reports from retired players of aging faster and clinicians “saying these players looked …

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5 Daily Exercises To Improve Muscular Endurance As You Age - Eat This, Not That

5 Daily Exercises To Improve Muscular Endurance As You Age – Eat This, Not That

As you get older, it’s natural to have creaky joints, stiff muscles, and pain. However, neglecting to maintain muscular endurance — the ability of your muscles to perform repeated contractions against resistance for an extended period of time — could spell trouble for your golden years. Fortunately, muscle endurance exercises can help correct poor posture, …

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Retinal age difference as a predictive biomarker of stroke risk - BMC Medicine

Retinal age difference as a predictive biomarker of stroke risk – BMC Medicine

Study population The UK Biobank is a large-scale prospective population-based cohort study of 502,656 UK residents aged 40-69 who were registered with the National Health Service (NHS). Overall study protocols and data are available elsewhere [24]. Briefly, baseline assessments were carried out between 2006 and 2010 at 22 assessment centers across the UK. Participants completed …

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Improve Your Memory As You Age By Eating More Flavonols, Study Shows |  CNN

Improve Your Memory As You Age By Eating More Flavonols, Study Shows | CNN

CNN — According to a new study, eating more flavonols, antioxidants found in many vegetables, fruits, tea and wine, can slow your rate of memory loss. The cognitive score of the people in the study who ate the most flavonols declined 0.4 units per decade slower than those who ate the least flavonols. According to …

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Is RCP still relevant in the digital age?

Post-pandemic, we have been forced to rethink how drug information is disseminated and consumed. For many years, the SmPC (summary of product characteristics) has been used as a drug information document approved by health authorities for healthcare professionals (HCP) on how to use medicines safely. and efficient. But with a plethora of information now available …

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Is RCP still relevant in the digital age?

Post-pandemic, we’ve been forced to rethink how drug information is disseminated and consumed For many years, the SmPC (summary of product characteristics) has been used as a drug information document approved by health authorities for healthcare professionals (HCP) on how to use medicines safely. and efficient. But with a plethora of information now available in …

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