Trulee Blog

5 Tests to See How Well You Are Aging 

If we had a pill that accomplished everything that physical activity does for overall health, we would prescribe it for everyone,” ...
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Researchers Are Using AI to Find New Alzheimer’s Risk Factors

Brain experts have a pretty good handle on some of the major risk factors that contribute to Alzheimer’s—from a person's ...
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How to Stop Languishing and Start Flourishing

Feeling indifferent and unmotivated? Lethargic and unfocused? You may be languishing. So writes sociologist and Emory University professor emeritus Corey Keyes, ...
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Adapting Activities for People With Alzheimer’s Disease

Doing things we enjoy gives us pleasure and adds meaning to our lives. People with Alzheimer's disease need to be active and ...
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Are Your Organs Aging Faster Than You Are?

If the idea of gauging your organ age seems far out, impossible or irrelevant to assess health, consider that you’re ...
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17 Fantastic Book Club Reads Now in Paperback

Many book clubs prefer to wait for a book to come out in paperback before selecting it for a group ...
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A Simple Blood Test for Alzheimer’s? ‘It’s Not That Far Away’

A blood test that is being used in research studies but is not yet available in doctors’ offices was found ...
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Foods You Can Eat Without Gaining Weight

Healthy lettuce wraps with grilled cauliflower, cabbage and tomatoes. Top view over a dark slate background. Plant-based diet concept. Cutting ...
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How Is Alzheimer’s Disease Diagnosed?

Doctor looking at CT scan (shot in 2007 hence the old version of model release) Doctors use several methods and ...
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