Following a Mediterranean diet with greater adherence was linked to the lowest risk of cognitive impairment. High fish and vegetable consumption appeared to have the greatest protective effect against cognitive decline.
Researchers investigate the link between cognitive function and levels of a vital eye pigment linked to diet.
Researchers say 1 in 10 older adults have participated in genetic testing, but far more have an interest in getting their DNA analyzed. However, two thirds of those polled say genetic testing could lead them to worry more about their future health.
A new study reports the dietary supplement Omega 3 does not slow cognitive decline in older people, especially if they already have preexisting cognitive problems.
CRISPR gene editing has allowed researchers to prevent angiogenesis of the retina occurring in mice. Researchers say the new technology could help prevent vision loss in those with retinal diseases.
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The AREDS2 dietary supplement that substitutes antioxidants lutein and zeaxanthin for beta-carotene reduces the risk of age-related macular degeneration progression, a new study reveals.
Eating a handful of dried goji berries five times a week may help delay or even prevent the onset of age-related macular degeneration. Over a 90 day period, those who ate goji berries had an increase in protective pigments in their eyes.