Mood & Memory Blogs

Enjoy the Benefits of DHA

Enjoy the Benefits of DHA

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Last Reviewed 02/24/2014

Learn more about the benefits of DHA, and how Dr. Stephen Sinatra believes that getting enough supplementation will promote eye, heart and brain health.

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Filed Under: Heart Health

Give Thanks for Your Heart

Give Thanks for Your Heart

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Last Reviewed 11/18/2014

Thanksgiving is the time to be grateful for all of the good things in your life. Turns out that feeling grateful may lengthen your life and heal your heart. Find out how.

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Filed Under: Heart Health

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Happiness Can Extend Your Life

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Last Reviewed 02/06/2014

The power or positive thinking can lead to a longer life, according to a new study. People with less enjoyment in their lives were three times more likely to die before their happier counterparts. Learn more about how your attitude can impact your health.
 

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Filed Under: General Health

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Vascular Dementia Can Happen to Anyone

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Last Reviewed 02/06/2014

September is World Alzheimer's Month and it is a good time to be aware of another illness that mimics Alzheimer's and attacks mental function -- vascular dementia. Learn more about this condition and its classic symptoms.
 

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Filed Under: Heart Health

Mood-Boosting Foods

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Last Reviewed 02/06/2014

When you're feeling stressed or blue, some foods just make you feel better. But they aren't all good for you. Discover the healthiest foods for boosting your mood.

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Filed Under: Mood & Memory

4 Foods for Depression

4 Foods for Depression

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Last Reviewed 07/22/2014

Discover the four foods for depression that Dr. Stephen Sinatra suggests for those with mild depression or anxiety, and how they work to boost your mood.

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Filed Under: Mood & Memory

High HDL Levels Reduce Risk of Alzheimer's Disease

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Last Reviewed 02/06/2014

For years, we’ve understood that having high blood levels of HDL cholesterol lowers your risk of developing heart disease. Now, a research publication reports that higher HDL levels are also associated with a reduced risk of Alzheimer’s disease.

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Filed Under: Cholesterol