New research at Michigan State University suggests the growing number of workers who are single and without children have trouble finding the time or energy to participate in non-work interests, just like those with spouses and kids. Continue reading »
by Dr. David Perlmutter
Alzheimer’s disease might well be considered an epidemic. With more than 5.3 million Americans diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and that number expected to double by 2030, it makes sense to ask ourselves what can be done to prevent this devastating disease.
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The benefits of physical activity accumulate across a lifetime, according to a new study published in the October issue of the American Journal of Preventive Medicine.
Researchers in England and Australia examined the associations of leisure time physical activity across adulthood with physical performance and strength in midlife in a group of British men and women followed since birth in March 1946. Continue reading »