Here's something to think about before you hit the all-you-can-eat buffet: Mayo Clinic researchers found that overeating doubles the risk of memory loss in those age 70 and over.
Age-related memory loss and mild cognitive impairment may be more common in men in their 70s and 80s than in women, a new Mayo Clinic study has found.
The Takeaway: Clearing Old Cells From Body Could Slow Aging; Boomers Aren't Only Ones Worried About Retirement
If the latest anti-aging research on mice proves applicable to humans, future seniors could find it possible to flush old cells right out of their bodies. And a new survey finds Americans of all ages worried about retirement security.
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