Studies reported at AAIC 2019 have demonstrated the links between lifestyle factors and dementia; this information could provide new insight into the best ways to alleviate the likelihood of developing the disease.
New guidelines from the World Health Organization recommend specific interventions for reducing the risk of dementia and cognitive decline.
US POINTER trial aims to examine lifestyle interventions to prevent cognitive decline and dementia in the USA.
Comparable effects of exercise and analgesics for pain secondary to knee osteoarthritis: a meta-analysis of trials included in Cochrane systematic reviews
This article compares the effectiveness of orally administered analgesics and exercise for the treatment of pain in knee osteoarthritis patients.
A new Mayo Clinic study has identified a potential link between smoking cessation and increase in Parkinson’s disease incidence.
We discuss the potentially functional and disease-modifying effects of physical activity in Huntington’s disease with Neurology Central expert Monica Busse.
New large-scale study demonstrates that caloric output correlates with increased gray matter volume and up to 50% reduction in the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease.
Effects of vigorous walking exercise on core body temperature and inhibitory control in thermosensitive persons with multiple sclerosis
This article investigates the effect of exercise-related changes in core body temperature on cognitive performance in multiple sclerosis.
New research highlights the potential role of unhealthy, high animal product, fat and sugar based diets with low-plant contribution in the development of Alzheimer’s in the western world.
Sustained aerobic exercise may promote neurogenesis within the hippocampus.