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

Slow cognitive decline with flavonols, study finds | CNN

Editor’s note: Sign up for CNN’s Eat, But Better: Mediterranean Style. Our eight-part guide shows you a delicious, expert-backed food lifestyle that will improve your health for life. 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 …

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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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Secrets of 'SuperAgers' with Superior Memories in Their 80s |  CNN

Secrets of ‘SuperAgers’ with Superior Memories in Their 80s | CNN

Editor’s note: Sign up for CNN’s Fitness, But Better newsletter series. Our seven-part guide will help you adopt a healthy routine, backed by experts. CNN — Although she volunteers and works out at the gym several days a week, frequently socializes with friends and family, reads all kinds of books, and does crossword puzzles daily, …

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New subvariants, family reunions may bring more Covid-19 after holidays, but experts don't expect big surge |  CNN

New subvariants, family reunions may bring more Covid-19 after holidays, but experts don’t expect big surge | CNN

CNN — As millions of Americans travel to reunite with friends and family over the coming days, chances are Covid-19 will follow. Experts expect Thanksgiving gatherings to stir up social media and give new coronavirus subvariants new pockets of vulnerable people to infect. As a result, cases and hospitalizations may increase after the holidays, as …

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