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Barn owls found to suffer no hearing loss as they age
PHYS.ORG (Phys.org)—A small team of researchers with the University of Oldenburg has found that barn owls do not suffer hearing loss as they get older. In their... 2 days
Comprehensive risk assessment can help prevent fall injuries among seniors
NEWS MEDICAL Every year, millions of senior citizens fall -; threatening their health, independence and even their lives. Fall injuries also rack up $31 billion annually in medical expenses, which... 2 days
Conference to tackle sensitive subjects in dementia care
NEWS MEDICAL Every 66 seconds, someone is diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease. Frank LaFerla, dean of UCI's Francisco J. Ayala School of Biological Sciences, says that with more than 76 million aging baby boomers in... 3 days
New life for aging scooter batteries
PHYS.ORG What can we do with aging scooter batteries? Instead of scrapping them and recycling their components, the batteries could be left intact and re-used in a solar power storage cabinet. This is precisely what a pilot... 3 days
Research: The body's fat-metabolism causes detoxification of harmful substances from blood sugar
NEWS MEDICAL For several years, medical researchers, doctors, and dieticians have known that a low carbohydrate diet and plentiful fat can prevent a range of lifestyle... 4 days
Brain halves increase communication to compensate for aging, study finds
SCIENCE DAILY Increased communication between distant brain regions helps older adults compensate for the negative aspects of aging, reports a new study. 6 days
Steroid hormones could provide new insight into age-related bone loss
NEWS MEDICAL A group of steroid hormones could provide new insight into the bone loss and deterioration that occurs with aging, researchers at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta... 6 days
Aging brain maintains healthy cognitive function by increasing bilateral communication
NEWS MEDICAL Increased communication between distant brain regions helps older adults compensate for the negative aspects of aging, reports a new study published this week in Human Brain Mapping. 6 days
Seniors shaping the way we live, cities grow
PHYS.ORG Senior citizens are shaping the way neighbourhoods evolve and grow, all in the name of maintaining deeper connections to their communities as they age, according to one Western researcher's work inside a... 7 days
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