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Although most consider it a sign of old age, we actually begin experiencing cognitive decline in our thirties. Cognitive decline lowers your brain’s ability to
February marks the 54th anniversary of American Heart Month, launched by President Lyndon B. Johnson in 1964. This year, the American Heart Association wants you
Herpes zoster, more commonly known as shingles, is a painful skin rash affecting approximately a third of adults at some point in their lives. It
Like most insurers, Medicare covers a wide variety of preventive care and screening services. Preventative care benefits both the insured, and the insurer. For the
Scientists have established that there is indeed a genetic component to Alzheimer’s, APOE, which is connected to early onset types of the illness. The researchers haven’t found out what the genes actually do, but the hope is that by studying the genes, doctors will be one step closer to putting the pieces of the Alzheimer’s puzzle together.