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The brain of a superager: Staying sharp in later life

As we approach those golden years from 65 on, we often become concerned about how well we will function. We see the signs of cognitive decline in our older family members, friends and colleagues — forgetfulness, dwindling attention span and decreased problem-solving...

source: By Dorothy L. Tengler
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In a new, multisite study of deaf children with cochlear implants, UT Dallas researchers have found that children with either no exposure or limited exposure to sign language end up with better auditory, speaking and reading skills...

source: University of Texas at Dallas via EuerkAlert!

President Donald Trump's plan to slash billions of dollars from Medicaid would hit small town America hardest, especially in Florida, according to a new Georgetown study. The report shows 57 percent of Florida's rural and small-town children receive health insurance through...

source: WUSF Public Media

Patients appear to be climbing aboard the telehealth bandwagon for the convenience of staying at home, and doctors are keen on the ability to use video consultations for follow-up care. All 19 telehealth patients at Sidney Kimmel Medical...

source: Fierce Healthcare

Trevor Acord seems to have it all. Although some students may have trouble being seen in high school, everyone knows who Trevor is. His peers selected him as homecoming king and watched him be crowned as Mr. Taps in his school's pageant....

source: PBS NewsHour

Emerging research suggests that older people with persistent pain show quicker declines in memory as they age and are more likely to have dementia years later. The study, published in JAMA Internal Medicine, is the first to make this association. Researchers from the University...

source: Psych Central

Researchers at McMaster are one step closer to solving one of the mysteries of social interaction: how musicians communicate during a performance and anticipate one another's moves without saying a word. The findings are important because...

source: Neuroscience News


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