Using computer, social activities may help reduce memory problem in seniors

Using computer, social activities may help reduce memory problem in seniors

Age-related memory loss is a common phenomenon that shows up at the age of 50 and gradually intensifies in people older than 65 years. As people grow old, they tend to suffer from cognitive degeneration, depression and dementia.

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Mentally ill are more prone to suffer from physical ailments: Study

Mentally ill are more prone to suffer from physical ailments: Study

Mind governs all physical and mental activities in the human body. Hence, physical health greatly depends on the mental framework of a person. Mental illnesses, like depression and anxiety are like an infectious disease, and they must not be allowed to proliferate due to their deleterious effects on the body.

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Indigestion pills can increase dementia risk by 44%: Study

Indigestion pills can increase dementia risk by 44%: Study

It can be difficult to establish a relationship between indigestion pills and dementia. But a recent study at the German Centre for Neurodegenerative Diseases in Bonn suggested that people who frequently consume indigestion pills have a higher chance of developing dementia.

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