Most people aren't meeting exercise guidelines Most adults in the USA aren't meeting the federal physical activity recommendations for both aerobic exercise and muscle-strengthening activity, according to government statistics out today. About 79% of adults don't meet the physical activity guidelines that advise getting at least 2½ hours a week of moderate-intensity aerobic activity such as brisk walking, or one hour and 15 minutes a week of vigorous-intensity aerobic activity, such as jogging. More
US suicide rate rose sharply among middle-aged Health officials say suicides among middle-aged Americans climbed at a startling rate over the past decade, a period that included the recession. Overall, the suicide rate for the age group jumped 28 percent from 1999 to 2010. And among whites, it shot up 40 percent.... More
Study: Delay Alzheimer's by Drinking 3 Cups of Coffee a Day? Love coffee? Here's a compelling reason to keep drinking it. The Journal of Alzheimer's Disease published a study that demonstrated some significant results related to coffee and cognitive function- specifically your risk of developing dementia ... 03/27/2016 - 1:00 pm | View Link
Your daily coffee habit may delay Alzheimer’s Disease But, according to a new study published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, participants who increased their coffee consumption during the 3½-year study period were twice as likely to develop MCI than those who limited their coffee intake to one cup ... 12/7/2015 - 11:00 am | View Link
Caffeine In Coffee Delay's Alzheimer's and 7 Other Benefits Over at the Huffington Post there's more good news for those of us who can't function without our coffee and the caffeine it comes with. Researchers from the University of South Florida and University of Miami have found that higher caffeine consumption is ... 06/10/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
Caffeine In Coffee Linked With Delayed Alzheimer's Onset: Study "These intriguing results suggest that older adults with mild memory impairment who drink moderate levels of coffee -- about 3 cups a day -- will not convert to Alzheimer's disease -- or at least will experience a substantial delay before converting to ... 06/6/2012 - 1:15 pm | View Link
Drinking Coffee May Delay Alzheimer’s Disease June 7, 2012 -- Drinking three cups of coffee per day may help turn the tide against Alzheimer's disease among older adults who are already showing signs of memory problems, a new study shows. Alzheimer's disease is the most common type of dementia. 06/6/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
New Study Shows Coffee Can Prevent or Delay Alzheimer’s We’ve long known that coffee has numerous health perks, and previous studies in mice have suggested it offers protective benefits against Alzheimer’s disease. 03/4/2017 - 11:00 pm | View Website
4 Surprising Benefits of Coffee Recent studies show the many benefits of coffee – including delaying Alzheimer’s and improving memory. Learn more about it's effects on your body and mind. 01/3/2017 - 6:56 pm | View Website
Delay Alzheimer's by Drinking 3 Cups of Coffee a Day? Love coffee? Here's a compelling reason to keep drinking it. The Journal of Alzheimer's Disease published a study that demonstrated some significant results related ... 03/27/2016 - 7:54 pm | View Website
Regular Coffee Consumption Could Keep Alzheimer's At Bay ... There's good news and bad news, coffee drinkers. A new report says the liquid gold an estimated three in five Americans drinks every day could be helpful ... 11/26/2014 - 1:58 pm | View Website
Drinking Coffee May Delay Alzheimer’s Disease Drinking Coffee May Delay Alzheimer's Disease Study Adds to Growing List of Health Benefits Associated With Coffee WebMD Health News By Denise Mann Reviewed by Laura ... 09/6/2014 - 7:55 pm | View Website
A Montana House committee revived and passed a $33 million infrastructure bonding bill on Tuesday, after several Democratic legislators changed their votes because Republican lawmakers supported a separate measure to build a new Montana Historical Society museum.
The infrastructure bill appeared dead on Monday when the House Appropriations Committee voted it down and tabled it.
Investigators say a cockpit voice recorder failed to capture audio of the doomed flight of a light plane that crashed into the roof of an Australian shopping mall last month killing a pilot and four Americana tourists.
The Australian Transport Safety Bureau said in a preliminary report on Wednesday that Australian pilot Max Quartermain radioed "Mayday" seven times, but did not explain the emergency before the twin-engine Beechcraft King Air B200 plunged into the mall in Melbourne on Feb.