Short Bursts of Exercise May Prime the Brain for Learning

Short Bursts of Exercise May Prime the Brain for Learning

For the next phase of this research, Westbrook and colleagues at OHSU plan to couple specific learning tasks with acute bouts of aerobic exercise in an attempt to better understand how triggering exercise-induced Mtss1L may prime the brain for learning.

Newly Named LATE Dementia Mimics Alzheimer's

Newly Named LATE Dementia Mimics Alzheimer's

TUESDAY, April 30, 2019 (HealthDay News) -- Elderly adults commonly have memory and thinking problems that look a lot like Alzheimer's disease , but they might really be suffering from a different form of dementia .

Those Whitening Strips May Damage Your Teeth

Those Whitening Strips May Damage Your Teeth

"This study shows that there is a loss of protein from the teeth with these whitening treatments," said senior author Kelly Keenan, an associate professor of chemistry at Stockton University in Galloway, N.J. While the research looked at over-the-counter products, Keenan thinks those used by dentists might also do damage.

Best healthy snacks for kids at school, according to a nutritionist

Best healthy snacks for kids at school, according to a nutritionist

So, along with simple ingredients, the best snacks “include at least a few grams of protein and fiber to give them some staying power,” said Livingston. 5) CHOMPS Free Range Turkey Jerky Snack Sticks, $24 (24 pack), Amazon.

I found a nutritionist-approved, fiber-filled pasta alternative my kids actually love to eat

I found a nutritionist-approved, fiber-filled pasta alternative my kids actually love to eat

"For those who are unable to eat gluten, lentil pasta is one way to still be able to enjoy the pleasure of pasta without concern for flaring an allergy or sensitivity," McGiffin said.

The Human Cerebellum May Protect Itself Against Alzheimer’s

The Human Cerebellum May Protect Itself Against Alzheimer’s

The authors explain the design and significance of their study: “The current study aims to overcome some existing limitations by providing a spatially resolved analysis of protein expression in six regions of human control and AD-affected brain, reflecting varying levels of ‘affectedness,’ in well-matched, short post-mortem delay tissue.

Pregnant Kenya Moore May Deliver Baby Early Due to Preeclampsia

Pregnant Kenya Moore May Deliver Baby Early Due to Preeclampsia

“I made fun of my swollen feet at @cynthiabailey10 party. Next day my tests came back for possible preeclampsia…” the Real Housewives of Atlanta alum, 47, captioned an Instagram photo of her feet on Saturday, October 27.