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August 24, 2022
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Exercise may slow cognitive decline for some older adults
Regular exercise may help slow memory and thinking decline for older adults living with mild cognitive impairment, new research suggests. Maria C. Carrillo, Ph.D., Alzheimer’s Association chief science officer, said the study fits a broader, multifaceted strategy to attack Alzheimer’s and all other dementia with both drugs and behavioral changes.

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Nurse practitioner shares passion for quality care
Mike Ward is a nurse practitioner and vice president of the American Association of Men in Nursing. On our blog, he shares his passion for the field, his connection to Alzheimer’s disease and the need for quality care for the aging population.
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