As we age, our brains accrue more and more stress. The rigors of life can slow our minds and thinking ability down while also causing problems with memory. Yes, our age plays a role on cognitive function, but we could ...

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One of the more potent dietary supplements for combating the effects of stress is omega-3 fat. Increasing omega-3 fats in the diet, especially docosahexanoic acid and phosphatidylserine can reduce stress hormone levels in both animals and humans. Supplementation with a ...

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Today’s fast-paced world demands people be mentally capable of multitasking and their brains functioning at a high level, but this isn’t always the case. Exhaustion, fatigue, stress, and forgetting everyday chores are common, and there may be a good explanation ...

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As we age, the demands of life only seem to grow, and our bodies and minds begin to gradually decline which can make things difficult for us. The mental decline as we age can be especially frustrating, and may lead ...

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Members of 1985 Royals World Series Team "Revive '85"Recently, the Kansas City Baseball Historical Society sponsored a 30th anniversary reunion for members of the '85 Kansas City Royals World Series championship team.  The event, held past August at the NKC ...

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The brain is one of the most important aspects of your body, but many times people don’t perform routine maintenance on it like they would their bodies. People work out at the gym and tone their bodies to keep a ...

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Parents have always encouraged their kids to go outside and play, and this is especially true for today’s world full of computer devices, smart phones, video games and countless other gadgets. It’s far too easy to sit inside a nice ...

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Of all the conditions that I can acquire, I am mortified at the prospect of “losing my mind.” (My other fear is losing my eye sight-which is another blog for another time.) Ever since several years ago when I was ...

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Durk Pearson & Sandy Shaw’s Life Extension News Volume 16 No. 4 – April 2013 A new paper1 describes the sleep-dependent memory-processing factory that decides what to do with all that information you encountered during the day. As the paper’s ...

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August signals the beginning of fall and another school year.  As kids, we were excited to see friends after our summer vacations but, most importantly, we knew it was a fresh start to learn new information, and we had to ...

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