Frailty Syndrome: Identify and Implement an Exercise Regimen
Providers can proactively identify frailty and develop a resistance exercise program to improve muscle strength and mass, which are reduced in aging and further decreased by frailty.
Mediterranean Diet Improves Cognition, Memory, and Brain Volume
Research indicates that a healthful eating pattern, such as that of the Mediterranean diet, offers a protective effect on brain health and is correlated with a decreased rate of cognitive decline and a lower risk of cognitive impairment.
Providers Can Guide Patients' Use of Products Promoted on TV
Providers can offer guidance to patients confused by television and online advertising for supplements that promise impressive inflated results when no evidence exists of their legitimacy.
Brain Health and Dementia: Challenge or Opportunity?
Recent research findings present recommendations for lifestyle modifications aimed at dementia prevention. Providers can play a key role in promoting these protective modifications.
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