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Articles from 2011

(other years: 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2001 )

April 2011 Articles:

That Unsightly Cold Sore Could Trigger Cognitive Decline

Age-Related Conditions Develop Faster

Aspirin May Significantly Lower the Risk of Pancreatic Cancer

Severe Psoriasis

Enlarged Prostate and Cancer:

March 2011 Articles:

Dementia Risk at Your Fingertips: Online Test Could Pinpoint Troubling Signs

Commonly Used Parkinson's Drugs Linked to Impulse Behavior

Elderly Victims of Abuse Often Use Alcohol or Drugs

Seniors Can't Opt Out of Medicare, Judge Rules

TIA Is Important Warning Sign

More Evidence That Alzheimer's May Be Inherited

Ibuprofen May Lower Risk of Parkinson's Disease

Nap Might Help Lower Blood Pressure,

Hearing Loss in Older Adults Tops 60%;

Alzheimer's Disease, Other Dementias

Financial Confusion May Indicate Dementia:

Eating Berries May Reduce Risk of Parkinson's Disease;

Ongoing Use of Osteoporosis Drugs Cause Unusual Fractures;

Seniors Tend to Bruise More Easily

February 2011 Articles:

Experimental Drug 'Highly Superior' to Aspirin

Study Pinpoints Regions and Races with Highest Parkinson's Rates in US

Americans Not Controlling High Blood Pressure, High Cholesterol

Post-Valentine's Memo:

Avoiding Falls

Adult ADHD Linked to Dementia;

Prozac May Aid Stroke Recovery:

Why Poor Driving Skills May Help Explain Depression, Schizophrenia in Elderly

Smoking Takes Minutes -- Not Years -- to Damage the Body:

Creating Memories by Routinely

January 2011 Articles:

Nursing Homes Closing Faster Than Opening;

Sleeping Aid Ambien Found to Increase Risk of Falls

Healthy Seniors with First Inkling of Memory Decline

Is the Mediterranean Diet Latest Brain Food?

German Scientists Claim Successful Treatment of Parkinson's

Older Men with Prostate Cancer Face Treatment Bias,

Drug Misuse Common in Nursing Homes,

MRI Reveals Early Brain Changes in People at Genetic Risk for Alzheimer's

Caregiving Strategies: How to Thrive, Not Just Survive, in the Caregiving Season

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