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Health experts say there's no question that physical exercise is good for your body. But, what about exercise for your brain? Do brain games help people with Alzheimer's disease stay mentally fit? Dr. Ronald Petersen, a neurologist and director of Mayo Clinic's Alzheimer's Disease Research Center, says there is evidence that engaging in mental, physical and social activity may play a role in keeping brains sharper.
Reporter Vivien Williams has more in this Mayo Clinic Minute.
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New guidelines around the use of nonhormonal therapy for hot flashes — or vasomotor symptoms— due to menopause have been released by the North American Menopause Society. Dr. ...
Former first lady Rosalynn Carter has been diagnosed with dementia. A family statement, posted on The Carter Center website, says that she continues to live happily ...
The Mid-Atlantic hurricane season begins June 1 and ends Nov. 30. Various reports indicate the 2023 season will be an active one. The National Hurricane Center ...