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Parkinson’s

Here’s some motivation to kick you into gear on one of the most common New Year’s resolutions: scientists have found a physical path showing how exercise supports memory and helps prevent Parkinson’s. It may seem obvious since the benefits of exercise have been extolled forever, but seeing the actual physical results give scientists a new […]

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In a promising study, mice with ALS lived longer and had improved locomotor function when they were given a copper compound. Copper is a necessary trace element—you get it from foods like molasses, nuts, beef liver, and and cocoa—it helps with iron uptake, collagen production, and several other mechanisms. Your body is already used to […]

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