Items Tagged ‘Yonas Geda’

May 1, 2012

Combination of exercise and computer use may reduce memory loss

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New research from the Mayo Clinic has revealed that a combination of moderate exercise along with mentally stimulating activities, such as using a computer, help decrease the chances of having memory loss in people older than 70 years old…“We know that from our previous studies, physical exercise is independently associated with better memory and computer […]

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Tags: memory loss, Yonas Geda

April 20, 2010

Computer Use, Exercise May Save Memory

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A combination of moderate physical exercise and computer use late in life may help protect against the memory loss of mild cognitive impairment, a new study suggests…   “Our study found that engaging in physical exercise at any frequency, once a week or five times a week, and engaging in mental activities, computer use in […]

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Tags: exercise, MD, Ron Peterson, Yonas Geda

April 19, 2010

AAN: Computers, Exercise Linked to Lower MCI Risk

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Moderate physical exercise, combined with computer use late in life, is associated with a lower risk of mild cognitive impairment, a researcher said here.   In a cross-sectional analysis of participants in an aging study, both elements were separately associated with a lower risk of the impairment, according to Yonas Geda, MD, of the Mayo […]

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Tags: MCI Risk, MD, Yonas Geda

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