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How to Delay Dementia with a Mediterranean-Style Diet

Older people who eat a Mediterranean-style diet rich in fish, vegetables and legumes may be able to delay dementia and stay sharp.

Terry Graedon - March 14, 2024

Could a Daily Multivitamin Help You Stay Sharp?

Joe Graedon - February 21, 2024

Conflicting Results from Anti-Alzheimer’s Treatments: Brain Shrinkage?

Terry Graedon - February 15, 2024

Show 1374: Marvelous Medicinal Mushrooms

Joe Graedon - February 7, 2024

Could Exercise Save Your Brain?

Terry Graedon - January 31, 2024

Do Older People Improve Their Memories with Exercise?

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Terry Graedon - January 24, 2024

Should You Be Taking Vitamin Supplements?

Many medications can interfere with good nutrition. If you are taking pills for certain conditions, perhaps you should be taking vitamin supplements.

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Terry Graedon - December 14, 2023

Can You Avoid Post-Operative Cognitive Dysfunction?

The anesthetic propofol may be somewhat less likely to result in post-operative cognitive dysfunction. Speak with the anesthesiologist before your surgery.