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Age Should Not Be a Barrier to Keeping Fit

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According to researchers, the belief that it takes longer for muscles to recover from working out as you age is based on little, if any, evidence. In fact, researcher Dr. John Fernandes notes, “[More] than half of the available studies have noted that older males experience similar, and even less severe, symptoms of muscle damage than their younger counterparts.” Journal of Aging and Physical Activity, April 2021

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Diet May Be Important for Long-Term Survival in Breast Cancer Patients

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Among a group of 3,660 female breast cancer patients, researchers observed that a healthy eating pattern, such as the Mediterranean diet or the DASH diet, was associated with up to a 27% reduced risk of death during the following decade. JNCI Cancer Spectrum, March 2021

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Disrupted Sleep Presents Health Risks

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An analysis of eleven years of data concerning over 8,000 adults revealed an association between sleep disorders and poor cardiovascular health, particularly in women. European Heart Journal, April 2021

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Sleep Is Important to Avoid Dementia Risk

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Following an analysis of data concerning nearly 8,000 adults, researchers report that sleeping six or fewer hours a night in middle age is associated with a 30% increased risk for dementia in old age. The findings suggest that screening for sleep issues in middle age may aid in the prevention of dementia later in life. Nature Communication, April 2021

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Chronic Sinusitis May Affect the Brain

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An analysis of brain scans and mental health assessments of over 1,200 adults revealed that people with moderate-to-severe sinus inflammation exhibited altered activity in the frontoparietal network in the brain, which is important for problem solving and decision making. JAMA Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery, April 2021

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