Could Antibiotic Use in Midlife Lead to Cognitive Decline?
Chronic antibiotic use among women during midlife may increase the risk of cognitive decline later in life. This is according to a prospective population-based cohort study involving more than 14,000 nurses published in PLOS ONE. Participants, who were part of the Nurses’ Health Study II, took a self-administered neuropsychologicalRead
Potential Inhibition of Cognitive Decline with B Vitamins & Omega-3s
This article, provided by our content partner Global Organization for EPA and DHA (GOED), discusses a previously unknown association related to the possible inhibition of progressive brain atrophy in mildly impaired elderly people with higher omega-3 long chain polyunsaturated fatty acid intake and B-vitamins. Previously published in Fats of Life,Read
Citicoline Improves Teen/Adult Attention in Two Trials
In an age where attention spans are short and activity levels are low for teen boys, a new study shows citicoline may improve concentration and motor speed. The randomized, double-blinded, placebo-controlled human clinical trial conducted by The Brain Institute, at the University of Utah, was presented at the annual AmericanRead