Tag Archives: Verbal Memory

Study Into the Possible Effect(s) of Retirement on Memory / Cognitive Impairment (NHS Choices / European Journal of Epidemiology)

Summary An epidemiological study of civil servants who took part in the Whitehall II Study found that while all categories of cognition function tend to decline over time, verbal memory, in particular, appears to decline at a rate 38% faster … Continue reading

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Cardio-Respiratory Fitness and Cognitive Function in Middle Age: CARDIA Study (BBC News / Neurology)

Summary There is further evidence for the long-term benefits of physical exercise in the reducing risk of cognitive decline in later life. Research indicates that a higher level of cardiorespiratory fitness (CRF) is associated with better cognitive function (measured in … Continue reading

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