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Category: Aging and Long Term Care CE Course

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July 1, 2015

Long-term memory formation

Long-term memory formation Long-term memory formation – What do you think of this article? NYU scientists find that growth factors that build brains also build memories New York University “A team of New York University neuroscientists has determined how a pair of growth factor molecules contributes to long-term memory formation, a finding that appears in…

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November 12, 2013

Johns Hopkins research may improve early detection of dementia

Using scores obtained from cognitive tests, Johns Hopkins researchers think they have developed a model that could help determine whether memory loss in older adults is benign or a stop on the way to Alzheimer’s disease. The risk of developing dementia increases markedly when a person is diagnosed with mild cognitive impairment, a noticeable and…

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January 11, 2013

Paradox of aging: The older we get, the better we feel?

Paradox of aging: The older we get, the better we feel?: Presently, there are about 40 million Americans over the age of 65, with the fastest-growing segment of the population over 80 years old. Traditionally, aging has been viewed as a period of progressive decline in physical, cognitive and psychosocial functioning, and aging is viewed…

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January 8, 2013

Guide Offers a Blueprint for End-of-Life Conversation With Youth

Guide Offers a Blueprint for End-of-Life Conversation With Youth:  Enlisting the advice of adolescents and young adults with serious illness, researchers at the National Institutes of Health have developed a guide to help young people and their families address issues surrounding end-of-life care. Voicing My CHOICES is the first guide designed to help adolescents and…

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