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Study: Vitamin E, selenium not effective for dementia

A well-balanced diet is good for health, and this applies to people of any age. There are many products that are marketed to add to a deficient diet or to enhance an already good diet. Products that are claimed to help prevent or slow Alzheimer's disease are part of this...

source: By Denise A. Valenti
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AFSP has two main grant streams: Innovation Grants, which support novel approaches to suicide prevention, and Focus Grants, which consist of targeted, innovative and potentially high-impact studies that seek to inform and even transform suicide prevention efforts.

source: AFSP

Join us in Honolulu March 15-18, 2018 and share your knowledge and expertise with colleagues from around the world! General Session and Case Presentations are due June 30. See the 2018 Call for Presentations for more information and to submit your abstract.

source: AAGP

Alcohol consumption, even in moderation, is linked to a greater risk of adverse brain outcomes and a more severe decline in cognition, according to a new U.K. study published in the journal The BMJ. While heavy drinking is known to correlate with poor brain health, few studies...

source: Psych Central

Measuring functional impairment might be a better tool for postoperative pain assessment in older patients than asking them about their pain levels, suggest German researchers. The study authors noted that age played a part in the...

source: Nursing Times

Sight and hearing get all the glory, but the often overlooked and underappreciated sense of smell — or problems with it — is a subject of rapidly growing interest among scientists and clinicians who battle Alzheimer's and Parkinson's...

source: Scientific American

Imagine your frail father dons a virtual reality headset so he can "attend" his grandson's graduation and feel as if he's really there. Or your mom, forgetful about her medicine, swallows a teensy sensor encased in medication that will relay the time she took the pill and...

source: Kiplinger


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