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Effects of Long-term Regular Exercise on Cognitive Function, Lipid Profile and Atherogenic Biomarkers in Middle-aged Men

independent coronary heart disease risk factor. Am J Cardiol , 2000, 86:943-949 Ergün M., Tengiz I., Türk U., Senisik S., Alioglu E., Yüksel O., Erean E., Islegen C. The effects of longterm regular exercise on endothelial funtions, inflammatory and thrombotic activity in middle-aged, healthy men. J Sports Sci Med , 2006, 5:266-275 Fabre C., Charmi K., Mucci P., Masse-Biron J., Prefaut C. Improvement of cognitive function and/or individualized aerobic training in healthy elderly subjects. Int J Sports Med , 2002, 23: 415

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Empty-nest elderly: mahjong and Chinese square dance for improving the cognitive function in the community

beneficial in delaying cognitive decline. In China, mental activities such as mahjong and physical activities such as Chinese square dance are the most common activities. However, there has been little previous research into mahjong and Chinese square dance. Researchers 5 , 6 , 7 have reported that mahjong can affect the cognitive function of people with dementia and can preserve the functioning or delay the decline in certain cognitive domains, even in those people with significant cognitive impairment. Researchers 8 , 9 showed that Chinese square dance can promote

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Neurophysiological Assessment of Cognitive Dysfunction in Patients with Multiple Sclerosis

, Vadim V, Nikulin, Liselotte Maurex, ÅkeWahlin, Fredrik Piehl, Tom Brismar. (2015) P300 amplitude and response speed relate to preserved cognitive function in relapsing–remitting multiple sclerosis. Clinical Neurophysiology 2015;126(4):689-697. 10. Filippi, M, Rocca, MA, Benedict RHB, DeLuca J, Geurts JG, Rombouts, SARB, Ron, M, andComi G. (2010) The contribution of MRI in assessing cognitive impairment in multiple sclerosis. Neurology 2010;75(23): 2121–2128. 11. Mainero C, Caramia F, Pozzilli C, Pisani A, Pestalozza I, Borriello G et al. (2004) fMRI

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Sex Hormones and Cognitive Functioning of Women

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A Role of Cytokine Gene Polymorphisms in Cognitive Functioning

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Effects of Fluid Ingestion on Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor and Cognition During Exercise in the Heat

Introduction Major international sporting events such as the Summer Olympics and FIFA World Cup are sometimes held during the summer season in the northern hemisphere, which exposes players to high ambient conditions for a long time ( Racinais et al., 2015 ). Hot environments can induce impairment of endurance performance, unlike environments with milder/lower temperatures ( Maughan, 2010 ). Moreover, it can induce hyperthermia by excess dehydration ( Crandall and González-Alonso, 2010 ), which affects cognitive function by decreased hydration status and

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Relationship between antipsychotic medication, obesity and cognitive functions

psychiatric diseases, Cukrzyca a choroby psychiczne. Psychiatr Pol 2011; 45(4): 589–598 16. Elias MF, Elias PK, Sullivan LM, Wolf PA, D'Agostino RB. Lower cognitive function in the presence of obesity and hypertension: the Framingham heart study. Int J Obes Relat Metab Disord. 2003;27(2):260-268 17. Goodyer IM, Park, R.J, Herbert J. Psychosocial and endocrine features of chronic first-episode major depression in 8-16 year olds. Biological Psychiatry. 2001; 5O(5):351-357 18. Berkowitz RI1, Fabricatore AN. Obesity, psychiatric status, and psychiatric

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Markers of cognitive impairment in patients with type 2 diabetes

, Kessels RP, Kappelle LJ, Biessels GJ. Utrecht Diabetic Encephalopathy Study Group. A 4 year follow-up study of cognitive functioning in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus. Diabetologia. 2010;53(1):58-65. DOI: 10.1007/s00125-009-1571-9. 17. Mori Y, Futamura A, Murakami H, Kohashi K, Hirano T, Kawamura M. Increased detection of mild cognitive impairment with type 2 diabetes mellitus using the Japanese version of the Montreal Cognitive Assessment: A pilot study. Neurology and Clinical Neuroscience. 2015, 3(3):89-93. DOI: 10.1111/ncn3

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A feasibility study on the association between residential greenness and neurocognitive function in middle-aged Bulgarians

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Review of a New Multimodal Antidepressant Vortioxetine

. A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study of vortioxetine on cognitive function in depressed adults. International Journal of Neuropsychopharmacology. 2014; 17 (10): 1557-67. 12. Häggström L, Nielsen RZ, Poulsen L, Danchenko N. A randomised, double blind, active controlled study of vortioxetine (10–20 mg/day) versus agomelatine (25–50 mg/day) in adults with Major Depressive Disorder with inadequate response to antidepressant treatment. Poster presented at: 26th Congress of the European College of Neuropsychop harmacology (ECNP); October 5-9, 2013

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