Sunday, February 26, 2006

Experts Find Keys to Healthy Brains for Aging Americans: National Institutes of Health moves forward on "healthy brain" project
[21 February 2006 -] A panel of experts seeking ways aging Americans can keep their brains healthy, has zeroed in on education, cardiovascular health, physical activity, psychosocial factors and genetics as key factors associated with brain health as people age. In their report to the National Institutes of Health, they said research aimed at directly testing the effectiveness of interventions in several of these areas deserves further attention. The NIH is intensifying the search for strategies to preserve brain health as people grow older and the effort moved an important step forward today with a report by the expert panel. The report is published online today in Alzheimer's and Dementia: The Journal of the Alzheimer's Association. ...


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