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Women who have already undergone menopause have more hyperintensities on their brains, and the lesions put them at a higher risk of cognitive decline (file photo)

Women who have gone through menopause have ‘hyperintensities’, raises risk of Alzheimer’s

Women who have gone through menopause have ‘hyperintensities’ on their brain that raises risk of Alzheimer’s and stroke, study finds Researchers found that women who have already undergone menopause have more hyperintensities – a small lesion – on their brain People who have more on their brain are more likely to develop cognitive conditions like …

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Changes in how you draw could outline Alzheimer's risk, study suggests 

Changes in how you draw could outline Alzheimer’s risk, study suggests 

Changes in how you draw could outline Alzheimer’s risk, study suggests The way people draw on paper could detect early signs of Alzheimer’s disease  Published study found  consistent differences in how people drew in the tasks Those with dementia pause for longer when drawing and use pen at jerky speed  By Victoria Allen Science Correspondent For …

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COVID-19 may increase risk of Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, stroke: study

COVID-19 may increase risk of Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, stroke: study

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! A new Danish study found COVID-19 outpatients had a higher risk of being diagnosed with Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, stroke and bleeding into the brain when compared with COVID-19 negative patients, but most neurological disorders were not more frequent after COVID-19 than after other respiratory infections, according to a …

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Constant change between a low-calorie and high-calorie diet can increase your risk of heart disease and diabetes, a new study of rats finds

Researchers say switching between healthy and unhealthy foods increases the risk of diabetes

Switching back-and-forth between calorie restrictive and normal diets may be more harmful for a person’s health than never adopting a healthy diet, a new study finds. Researchers at Georgetown University, in Washington D.C., found that an unstable, changing, diet can cause long term harm to a person and even put them at an increased risk …

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Flu Vaccination Linked to 40% Reduced Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease – Neuroscience News

Summary: Older adults who received at least one flu vaccination were 40% less likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease over the course of a four-year follow-up than their peers who did not receive a vaccine. Source: UT Houston People who received at least one influenza vaccine were 40% less likely than their non-vaccinated peers to develop …

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Living near a busy road can raise risk of premature death by 20 percent

Living near a busy road can raise risk of premature death by 20 percent

NEW YORK — Living near a busy road can increase the risk of premature death by a fifth, according to new research. Scientists from New York University say people exposed to above average levels of air pollution were 20 percent more likely to die over the next 14 years, mainly from cardiovascular disease. The study …

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A handout picture made available by the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) on June 22, 2022 shows a collage of monkeypox rash lesions at an undisclosed date and location.

Vaccinations for health care workers, those at risk offered

An outbreak of monkeypox has grown over the last two months with more than 4,100 confirmed cases worldwide. Monkeypox cases in the U.S. have surpassed 200 cases in 25 states including California, Florida, New York and Texas. Health officials have begun vaccinations for those at risk. New York City opened a vaccine clinic last week. Cases …

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Flu Vaccination Linked to 40% Lower Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease

A new study finds that flu vaccination was associated with a 40% reduced risk for Alzheimer’s disease over a four-year period. Over the course of four years, those who received at least one influenza vaccine were 40% less likely than their non-vaccinated peers to acquire Alzheimer’s disease, according to a new study from the University …

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COVID-19 positive patients at higher risk of developing neurodegenerative disorders, new study shows

COVID-19 positive patients at higher risk of developing neurodegenerative disorders, new study shows

Credit: Unsplash/CC0 Public Domain COVID-19 positive outpatients are at an increased risk of neurodegenerative disorders compared with individuals who tested negative for the virus, a new study presented today at the 8th European Academy of Neurology (EAN) Congress has shown. The study, which analyzed the health records of over half of the Danish population, found …

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