The Effects of Exercise on Alzheimer’s

Keep moving to halve the risk of Alzheimer’s To dramatically reduce your chances of getting Alzheimer’s, grab your gear and get down to the gym, out into the garden or even down to the local dance spot. A new study, published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, finds that the effects of exercise can improve brain volume and cut the risk of the disease by 50%. [Read More...]

How Aging Affects Driving

As people get older, their driving patterns change. Retirement, different schedules, and new activities affect when and where they drive. Most older adults drive safely because they have a lot of experience behind the wheel. But when they are involved in crashes, they are often hurt more seriously than younger drivers. [Read More...]