1. Supplementation with omega-3 fatty acids, lutein or zeaxanthin did not significantly impact the cognitive function of the elderly adults examined in this study over a 5-year period. 2. There was also no significant difference in cognitive ... 2 Minute Medicine, 4 days ago
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The current JAMA has two articles on Alzheimer's disease that evaluate simple interventions, in hopes of maintaining age-appropriate cognitive functioning among two groups of older Americans. One study evaluated the efficacy of increasing seniors ...American Council On Science & Health, 2 days ago Waterford research on Alzheimer's disease suggests that measuring macular pigment offers potential as a biomarker of cognitive health Medical News Today, 5 days ago
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Previous studies have suggested that people who eat diets rich in omega-3 fats from fish or nuts are more likely to retain their cognitive abilities. But now a randomized controlled trial shows that fish oil supplements won't do the job for older ...Peoples Pharmacy, 3 days ago
_ The results of the study showed that neither omega-3 supplements nor other vitamins, such as vitamin C, E, beta carotene, lutein/zeaxanthin, or zinc, slowed the progress of cognitive decline. The study was one of the largest and longest of its ...Sys-Con Media, 3 days ago Research Roundup: Studies Show Promise for Vitamin E, Carotenoids, Wellmune, Others Natural Products Industry Insider, 1 month ago
Results published in the Aug. 25 issue of JAMA detailed AREDS2 (Age-Related Eye Disease Study 2) results showing no significant effect from supplementation with omega-3s DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) and EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) on cognitive ...Natural Products Industry Insider, 4 days ago New Study Shows That Omega-3s Do Not Support Cognitive Health Whole Foods Magazine, 4 days ago
Text Size - + Kathleen Lees firstname.lastname@example.org New finding published by the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) reveal that there may not be as many health benefits found in fish oil supplements as once believed. (Photo ...Science World Report, 4 days ago
Action Points Neither moderate physical activity in sedentary older adults nor nutritional supplementation in those with age-related macular degeneration (AMD) had a positive impact on cognitive function. Note that an editorial pointed out ...MedPage Today, 4 days ago
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