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Exercise Improves Brain Function Despite MCI – PSYCH CONGRESS NETWORK HEADLINES

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Exercise Improves Brain Function Despite MCI

Exercise Improves Brain Function Despite Mild Cognitive Impairment

Older
adults with MCI improved their brain function by adding exercise
consistent with national recommendations to their regular routines.

 

Mental Disorders, Not Combat, Tied to Military Suicide

Researchers
suspected that combat exposure would be associated with suicide, but a
new study suggests mental disorders are linked to a higher suicide risk.

 

Alcoholism, PTSD Can Be Treated Together: Study

Despite
fears that exposure therapy for PTSD would worsen alcoholism,
researchers  found that both conditions can be safety treated at the
same time.

 

Study Links High Glucose Levels to Risk of Dementia in Elderly Non-Diabetics

Elderly
people with high blood sugar — but not high enough to be diabetic —
face a slightly greater risk of developing some form of dementia.

 

 

Older Adults’ Anemia Linked to Dementia Risk

Among people in their seventies, anemia may suggest an increased risk of developing dementia later in life.

 

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