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25 Feb

Irregular Sleep Patterns Tied To Bad Moods and Depression

Variable wake-up and sleep times can increase a person's risk of depression symptoms over time, researchers say.

24 Feb

Heart Health and Brain Power Linked in Preschoolers

4-to-6-year-old children with higher heart-lung fitness perform better on intellectual tests, researchers say

22 Feb

Pregnant People at Higher Risk of COVID: Study

COVID-19 infection rates in pregnant patients are 70% higher than in similarly aged adults, researchers say. The risk is even greater in communities of color

Alzheimer's May Strike Women and Men in Different Ways

Alzheimer's May Strike Women and Men in Different Ways

THURSDAY, Feb. 25, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- The ravages of Alzheimer's may strike later in women than men, but once it takes hold women tend to deteriorate far faster than men, according to a new study.

Something known as cognitive reserve helps the aging brain function better for longer, and researchers report that wome...

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  • February 25, 2021
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Mediterranean Diet Could Keep Aging Brains Sharp

Mediterranean Diet Could Keep Aging Brains Sharp

THURSDAY, Feb. 25, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- Helping your brain stay sharp with age may be as simple as changing up the food on your plate at dinnertime, a new study suggests.

The study focused on the healthy "Mediterranean" diet, a regimen reliant on olive oil, beans, nuts, fruits, vegetables and whole grains, with chick...

  • Colin Tweedy HealthDay Reporter
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  • February 25, 2021
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Why Is Liver Cancer More Lethal for Black Patients?

Why Is Liver Cancer More Lethal for Black Patients?

THURSDAY, Feb 26, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- Black people with hepatitis C develop liver cancer sooner than people in other racial groups and the cancer is often more aggressive, but current screening guidelines may not be broad enough to catch these cases early, according to a new study.

Why? Despite often being more adva...

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  • February 25, 2021
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AHA News: Why Experts Say a Good Mood Can Lead to Good Health

AHA News: Why Experts Say a Good Mood Can Lead to Good Health

It doesn't take a scientist to understand that laughter feels good, while anger feels awful.

But it does take one to explain why one of these feelings can boost the immune system, while the other can wear it down, damage the heart and increase the risk for dementia.

Simply put: "Mood can influence your health," said Dr. Erin Michos, ...

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  • February 25, 2021
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COVID Cases, Deaths Plummet in Nursing Homes After Vaccine Rollout

COVID Cases, Deaths Plummet in Nursing Homes After Vaccine Rollout

In a hopeful turnaround during a long pandemic, U.S. nursing homes that were once the epicenter of coronavirus infections are now seeing both cases and deaths fall steeply as the country's vaccination rollout starts to take hold.

From late December to early February, new cases among U.S. nursing home residents fell by more than 80 per...

  • Ernie Mundell and Robin Foster HealthDay Reporters
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  • February 25, 2021
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History of Mental Illness Tied to Earlier Onset of Alzheimer's Disease

History of Mental Illness Tied to Earlier Onset of Alzheimer's Disease

THURSDAY, Feb. 25, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- People with Alzheimer's disease often have a history of depression or anxiety, which might mean an earlier emergence of memory and thinking problems, a preliminary study suggests.

Researchers found that of 1,500 Alzheimer's patients at their center, 43% had a history of depress...

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  • February 25, 2021
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