Caffeine May Protect Women from Dementia

-Rick Nauert, PhD A new study of women aged 65 and older discovered a 36 percent reduction in dementia among women who consumed caffeine. Researchers followed the women for over 10 years. The women self-reported caffeine consumption of more than 261 mg per day or the equivalent to two to three 8-oz cups of coffeeContinue reading “Caffeine May Protect Women from Dementia”

How Old Are You, Really? And Does It Matter?

-Dawn C. Carr MGS, PhD Chronological age is not as relevant as it used to be. Apparently, my “real age” is five years younger than my actual chronological age, according to a popular online quiz. That probably means I should celebrate, right? I mean, younger IS better, isn’t it? Well, it depends on what you’reContinue reading “How Old Are You, Really? And Does It Matter?”