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Researchers develop a new method to remove old cells from tissues to slowing down aging

4 hours ago   |   News Medical   |   4 articles

No one knows why some people age worse than others and develop diseases -such as Alzheimer's, fibrosis, type 2 diabetes or some types of cancer- associated with this ageing...
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‘Menopause Brain' Is NOT Just Your Imagination

5 hours ago   |   Scary Mommy

Mental fuzziness isn't uncommon in middle age , and I'm no stranger to it. I fumble over words sometimes. I open a new browser on my computer, but then forget what I was going...
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Too much or not enough sleep can lead to greater cognitive decline

Too much or not enough sleep can lead to greater cognitive decline

6 hours ago   |   Daily Mail

Seven and a half hours is the 'sweet spot' to preserve the brain and offset Alzheimer's disease, a study by Washington University's Sleep Medicine Centre has found.
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OTX-CSI improves dry eye signs, symptoms in phase 1 study

OTX-CSI improves dry eye signs, symptoms in phase 1 study

7 hours ago   |   Healio

OTX-CSI seems to be a safe treatment option for patients with dry eye disease, according to a speaker at the European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons meeting. “The...
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Preventing Protein Accumulation may Ease Abnormal Brain Activity

Preventing Protein Accumulation may Ease Abnormal Brain Activity

12 hours ago   |   Medindia Health

Abnormal brain activity associated with Alzheimer's disease, autism, and epilepsy may be prevented by reducing the tau protein.
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Sales of Biogen's costly new Alzheimer's drug fall far short of expectations

13 hours ago   |   NY Times

The drug, Aduhelm, brought in $300,000 in revenue in its first full three months of availability. The company expects the drug to generate minimal revenue for the rest of the year.
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Kidney transplant offers similar survival in patients with ESKD vs ESKD, prostate cancer

Kidney transplant offers similar survival in patients with ESKD vs ESKD, prostate cancer

14 hours ago   |   Healio   |   3 articles

Among patients with end-stage kidney disease, researchers found the same degree of survival benefit from kidney transplant for those with and those without prostate cancer...
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Watch for signs of zonulopathy at start of cataract surgery

Watch for signs of zonulopathy at start of cataract surgery

14 hours ago   |   Healio

A careful slit lamp microscope examination of the eye during the preoperative consultation can pick up most cases of compromised zonular support. The most common signs would be...
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Evaluate both fracture, mortality risks to inform osteoporosis treatment for older men

Evaluate both fracture, mortality risks to inform osteoporosis treatment for older men

15 hours ago   |   Healio   |   2 articles

Fracture and mortality risks for men aged 80 years or older have different profiles, and an assessment of both could help to inform osteoporosis drug treatment decisions...
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What Do The Older Generations Know About Aging Younger Ones Don't?

15 hours ago   |   Healthy Aging

Secrets discovered to happy, healthy longevity by older adults
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‘Menopause Brain' Is NOT Just Your Imagination

Mental fuzziness isn't uncommon in middle age , and I'm no stranger to it. I fumble over words sometimes. I open a new browser on my computer, but then forget what I was going... Read more ...

Too much or not enough sleep can lead to greater cognitive decline

Too much or not enough sleep can lead to greater cognitive decline

Seven and a half hours is the 'sweet spot' to preserve the brain and offset Alzheimer's disease, a study by Washington University's Sleep Medicine Centre has found. Read more ...

OTX-CSI improves dry eye signs, symptoms in phase 1 study

OTX-CSI improves dry eye signs, symptoms in phase 1 study

OTX-CSI seems to be a safe treatment option for patients with dry eye disease, according to a speaker at the European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons meeting. “The... Read more ...

Preventing Protein Accumulation may Ease Abnormal Brain Activity

Preventing Protein Accumulation may Ease Abnormal Brain Activity

Abnormal brain activity associated with Alzheimer's disease, autism, and epilepsy may be prevented by reducing the tau protein. Read more ...

Sales of Biogen's costly new Alzheimer's drug fall far short of expectations

The drug, Aduhelm, brought in $300,000 in revenue in its first full three months of availability. The company expects the drug to generate minimal revenue for the rest of the year. Read more ...

Watch for signs of zonulopathy at start of cataract surgery

Watch for signs of zonulopathy at start of cataract surgery

A careful slit lamp microscope examination of the eye during the preoperative consultation can pick up most cases of compromised zonular support. The most common signs would be... Read more ...

Evaluate both fracture, mortality risks to inform osteoporosis treatment for...

Evaluate both fracture, mortality risks to inform osteoporosis treatment for older men

Fracture and mortality risks for men aged 80 years or older have different profiles, and an assessment of both could help to inform osteoporosis drug treatment decisions... Read more ...

Latest Issue Of Healthy Aging® Magazine Published - Fall 2021

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You Can Never Have Too Many Cookbooks!

The Secret Ingredient Cookbook is a good one for your collection Read more ...

What Do The Older Generations Know About Aging Younger Ones Don't?

Secrets discovered to happy, healthy longevity by older adults Read more ...