Most people experience fluctuations in their weight, and it is common to gain weight over time. However, if a person gains weight in a very short time for no clear reason, this could be a sign of an underlying health condition.
By Catharine Paddock PhD
Recent research suggests that a maternal diet that is high in an essential nutrient can reduce the impact of Alzheimer's disease on future generations.
Doing exercises to strengthen the lower back can help alleviate and prevent lower back pain. It can also strengthen the core, leg, and arm muscles.
Being physically active for at least 2.5 hours per week could delay decline in mental capacity in a rare form of Alzheimer's disease that starts years earlier, according to recently published research.