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CreditGetty Images Abbreviated, intense workouts may help people of any age become healthier, a new study of old mice that ran on treadmills suggests. Although the experiment involved rodents, not humans, the study found that old mice can tolerate high-intensity interval training and rapidly gain fitness and strength, even if they start off frail and

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MNT – Hourly Medical News Since 2003 Alzheimer’s / Dementia Sleep / Sleep Disorders / InsomniaSeniors / AgingNeurology / Neuroscience People who sleep longer twice as likely to develop dementia Written by¬†Ana Sandoiu Published:¬†Thursday 23 February 2017 Alzheimer’s disease affects millions of Americans, and the numbers are expected to grow. New research suggests there may

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Written By Catharine Paddock PhD Physically fit, healthy older adults who stopped exercising for only 10 days showed signs of significant decreases in blood flow to parts of the brain that are important for thinking, learning, and memory – such as the hippocampus. The researchers found significant reductions in resting brain blood flow in eight

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