Posted: 5/25/2014 12:00 AM by
Several studies done over the last ten years have contributed evidence to a very simple premise; regular exercise is tied to improved memory. By measuring how active a person is and comparing it to the number of errors the made on a range of cognitive tests over time, researchers found that people who were in better cardio-vascular health were more likely to have better memories as they age. "...
Posted: 5/12/2014 12:00 AM by
According to the study, patients whose vision was 20/20 in a medical setting, can test as poorly as 20/40 or worse in their home. Lighting levels were measured in both the clinical and home settings at the time of the examinations. The major concern of doctors is that this will affect people’s ability to function in the home and their quality of life.