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22 Sep 5 Foods That Lower the Risk of Alzheimer’s and Dementia
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  Dementia is the decline in one’s cognitive ability. Alzheimer’s disease is a type of dementia and the most common form. Dementia is often thought to be caused by a combination of genetic, environmental, and lifestyle factors which includes diet ..
28 May 4 Tips to Reduce Your Risk of Dementia
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 Did you know that there is an increasing number of Singaporeans being diagnosed with dementia below age 65? What’s alarming is that some individuals are developing dementia in their 40s and 50s.  Here’s the good news. There are steps you can take to..
04 Oct 6 Tips to Protect Against Cognitive Decline
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 Dementia is a major health problem in Singapore. The number of patients with dementia is expected to increase to 53,000 by 2020, and by 2050, this figure will balloon to 187,000. So what exactly is dementia? Dementia is a syndrome characterised by t..
27 Jun Say NO to artificial sweetener
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Many of us opt for artificially sweetened beverages over sugar-sweetened drinks, as we believe that they are heathier. A new study, however, suggests that this may not be the case. Researchers found that adults who consumed at least one artificially ..
17 Mar Be physically fit to prevent brain from shrinking
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If you want to keep your brain from shrinking as you age, your best way may be to keep your body physically fit. New research from Boston University School of Medicine found that poor physical fitness in midlife was linked to smaller brain size (a si..
02 Aug Exercising your non-dominant hand can help to boost your brain power
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Studies showed that keeping your brain active benefits your cognitive function and the cortical surface area of the brain. Keep yourself mentally fit by using your non-dominant hand for daily chores such as tooth brushing, shaving or blow-drying your..
11 May 5 reasons to eat more antioxidant
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Free radicals don’t sleep or take vacations. Hence, it is important to eat more antioxidant to help you fight free radicals and protect you from a number of diseases. Here are some reasons to maintain an antioxidant-rich diet: • Protect your heart: A..
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