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The questionnaire contained information about gender, age, etiology, and place of residence (an institution for persons who are deaf, blind, or deaf-blind or for those with intellectual disabilities in general), vision, hearing, cognitive function, communication, and the communication partners' education in deaf-blindness.
Fitness effects on the cognitive function of older adults: A recta-analytic study.
One woman might have two migraines a month, but if they totally wreck her life and she can't work or take care of her children, that may negatively impact her cognitive function.
While smoking led to poorer performance on each test, other risk factors impacted cognitive function in other ways.
Prior to this study, no noninvasive treatments have been proven effective in improving cognitive function in patients with HIV.
Supplementation with B vitamins and possibly other micronutrients appears to be a simple, low-cost method of preserving cognitive function in elderly people.
Mechanisms that might link production of natriuretic peptide to poor cognitive function include reduced cardiac output that decreases oxygen or nutrient supplies to the brain, atrial fibrillation that creates microemboli, microcirculation deficits that harm both the heart and brain, and genetic predisposition, said Dr.
An expanding waistline could indicate decreasing cognitive function as people age, according to a new study.
2003), results in a decline of cognitive function that persists into adulthood and that manifests as a persistent lowering of IQ score plus alteration in behavior (Needleman et al.
It's important to know that there are techniques one can use to enhance cognitive function and develop positive thinking habits," she emphasized.
The effects of clozapine, risperidone, and olanzapine on cognitive function in schizophrenia.
There are many, many reasons why cognitive function declines or remains stable.
Increased GABA activity might also reduce anxiety and improve cognitive function in patients suffering from schizophrenia.
Washington, March 13 ( ANI ): Low cognitive function and factors related to a low socioeconomic status are important risk factors for mild traumatic brain injuries, a new study has concluded.
The Journal of Alzheimer's Disease published a study that evaluated the effects of a nutritional supplement combination on cognitive function in older men and women.
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