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Stressed out woman
Middle-aged women who are worried, moody, jealous and stressed have double the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease later in life as do those with calmer personalities, according to a new Swedish study published in the journal Neurology.
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You might think that middle-age Americans closing in on retirement would be more interested in saving money than younger folks. A survey finds that's not the case.
December 28 1986
By Gene Weingarten
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If your listening tastes run to sedate, genteel and G-rated, you probably wouldn't like the distinctive musical style of Ann Rabson.
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Those who think signs of cognitive decline start around age 60, a new study has some unwelcome news: Brain function could start lessening beginning at age 45.
woman reading
Those who think signs of cognitive decline start around age 60, a new study has some unwelcome news: Brain function could start lessening beginning at age 45.
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