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Hannity: Hostile US adversaries are preparing to capitalize on Biden’s ‘cognitive decline’

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The "Hannity" host slammed Biden for his mishandling of the Afghanistan debacle in his opening monologue, calling it a testament to the administration's ability to protect U.S. interests across the globe.  "The world...

Dr. Aaron Beck, pioneer of cognitive behavioral therapy, dies age 100

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Dr. Aaron Beck, the pioneer of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), has died at the age of 100. CBT, which is used to treat depression, psychiatric problems and psychological disorders, is a psychological treatment t...

New study suggests breastfeeding may help prevent cognitive decline

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Researchers at the University of California, Los Angeles, conducted a study that found women over the age of 50 who had breastfed their babies performed better on cognitive tests compared to women who had never breas...

Eating foods high in flavonoids could slow down cognitive decline, a study says

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Eating a plate full of colorful foods like strawberries and peppers, which include flavonoids, could slow your cognitive decline, a new study found. People who ate about 600 milligrams (0.02 ounces) of flavonoids pe...

Flossing your teeth may protect against cognitive decline, research shows

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Flossing your teeth isn't just important for keeping your dentist happy -- it may also protect against cognitive decline. Good oral health habits like brushing and flossing may prevent cognitive impairment and deme...

Dr. Ronny Jackson calls on Biden to immediately undergo cognitive test to assess ‘mental impairment’

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"We can't sit on this any longer," Jackson told "Hannity" Thursday night, citing Biden's "embarrassing" performance overseas this week with world leaders.  "He's not physically or cognitively fit to be our president ...

An afternoon nap could improve your cognitive abilities, study says

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Taking an afternoon snooze could keep your brain sharp, a new study has said. Adults ages 60 and older who took afternoon naps showed signs of better mental agility compared to those who didn't nap, according to a s...