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SIMPLE and clear therapeutic regimens are needed for patients with heart failure, as the condition compromises cognitive function, Australian researchers say.
WEEKLY exercise, being socially active and not smoking are the keys to keeping the mind sharp during old age, US researchers say. They found people in their 70s who exercised moderately to vigorously at least once a week were 30% more likely to maintain cognitive function than those who did not. Non-smokers were twice as likely to stay sharp, and people who volunteered or worked were 24% more likely to hold on to their cognitive function. A high school education and ninth-grade literacy level were also beneficial. A total of 2500 people aged 70-79 had ...