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Why People in India Rarely Get Alzheimer’s

In All Health Watch, Alzheimer's and Memory, Anti-Aging, Cognitive Health, Diet and Nutrition, Featured Article by INH Research0 Comments

A new study finds that adding one spice to your daily diet can improve your memory by 28%.1

As we age, many of us encounter a decrease in our recall powers. Researchers believe the culprit is inflammation that leads to the development of brain plaques.2

The plaques are composed of proteins called tau and amyloids. As they accumulate, brain cell signaling gets slower, leading to memory problems.

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3 Ways to Tell If Your Doctor Is Burned Out (Most Are)

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Nearly two-thirds of doctors are burned out, depressed, or both. That’s the finding of a new study that shows many physicians are just going through the motions when it comes to patient care.

The study is called the Medscape National Report on Physician Burnout and Depression. It includes anonymous surveys from over 15,000 doctors across America.1

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Surprising Reason Your Muscles Shrink as You Age

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The old saying “use it or lose it” pushes some of us to lift weights to retain muscle as we age. But a new study shows that lack of exercise is not the only reason we lose strength as we get older.

Researchers found a larger cause of muscle loss. And it can be prevented with a simple diet change.

We typically start losing muscle mass around age 40.

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Should You Be Drinking Raw Water?

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Have you tried “raw” water?

The term is puzzling. (After all, does anybody drink “cooked” water?)

But raw water refers to a growing trend to shun tap and bottled water for to unfiltered, untreated water straight from natural sources…like streams and springs.

The movement took root in Northern California. But it’s no longer a fringe phenomenon. It’s taking off across the country.

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Does Rainy Weather Make Your Joints Ache? Probably Not

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Since ancient times, people have blamed rainy weather for achy joints. But a major new Harvard study shows the weather likely has no effect on joint pain.1

Dr. Anupam Jena of Harvard Medical School’s Department of Health Care Policy led the study, which used a “big data” approach. It analyzed insurance claims from millions of doctor’s visits and linked them to daily rainfall totals from thousands of weather stations.

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