Improved cognitive function in older adults is being linked to the Mediterranean diet.
Cognitive dysfunction is 3 times higher in patients with systemic lupus erythematosus.
An intensive lifestyle intervention including diet and exercise resulted in no improvements in cognitive impairment.
Significant benefits were seen with aerobic exercise, resistance training, multicomponent training, and tai chi.
Chronic use of low-dose aspirin was not associated with onset of dementia or cognitive impairment, but was also not associated with significantly better global cognition.
The researchers found that higher baseline HOMA-IR and fasting insulin levels were independent predictors of poorer verbal fluency performance.
Patients with subclinical hypothyroidism scored worse on tests of processing speed than patients with normal thyroid function.
Previous research has suggested that statins and PCSK9 inhibitors may adversely affect cognition.
Middle-aged adults with orthostatic hypotension were found 40% more likely to develop dementia over time.
The study results suggest that patients with non-NPSLE have impaired memory function indicative of working memory-related neural dysfunction.
Engaging in mentally stimulating activities like games, crafting, and computers may help slow cognitive decline in the elderly.
Specific differences were found in the brains of those who attempted suicide and those who did not.
Patients reported feeling improvements in their tinnitus, as well as their memory, attention, and concentration.
A low dose of dexmedetomidine may reduce the incidence of postoperative delirium in the elderly.
Effectively treating pain may help improve cognitive and functional outcomes in patients with depression.
Test scores for children with NAS, on average, were sharply lower than those of both groups of children.
Patients reported significant cognitive difficulties from pre-chemotherapy to post-chemotherapy and from pre-chemotherapy to 6-month follow-up.
Patients with dysglycemia have more brain infarcts and white matter hyperintensities and a lower total white matter volume.
Those with previous cognitive impairment saw a more pronounced improvement.
The effect of antihypertensive drugs and stains on cognition is uncertain.
In patients with suspected coronary heart disease, mild cognitive impairment was common.
Studying cognition deficits during the clinical high risk period allows researchers to look at changes in the near psychotic state before chronicity and long-term medication use obscure the core deficits.
There were significantly lower levels of anxiety/depression and fatigue noted in the intervention group.
Patients with these EEG characteristics may benefit from early screening and intervention.
Future studies should explore ways to increase ongoing exercise adherence among participants
Ghrelin was a significant predictor for executive function impairment in patients with T2DM.
Aerobic exercise benefits cognition, but not after high levels of prenatal mercury exposure.
In subjects with a low risk of preclinical Alzheimer's disease indexed by the absence of MTA, findings were confirmed.
There has been a lack of research on the association between anxiety and dementia.
Dementia risk was elevated in those who had higher scores on cognitive tests at baseline.
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