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  • More young adults are abstaining from alcohol — ScienceDaily

More young adults are abstaining from alcohol — ScienceDaily

Fewer college-age Americans drink alcohol, compared to nearly 20 years ago, according to a new study. Between 2002 and 2018, the number of adults aged 18-22 in the U.S. who…

Exercise intensity not linked to mortality risk in older adults, finds trial — ScienceDaily

Exercise intensity appears to make no difference to risk of mortality among older adults, suggests a randomised controlled trial from Norway published by The BMJ today. Physical activity has been…

How Technology Is Improving Access And Empowering Older Adults To Embrace Telehealth

COVID-19 has greatly changed how we care for ourselves and has resulted in a massive change to how we connect with our doctors. Providers are seeing 50-175 times the number…

Antidepressant drug effective in treating ‘lazy eye’ in adults — ScienceDaily

In a new study, published in Current Biology, researchers from the University of California, Irvine School of Medicine reveal how subanesthetic ketamine, which is used for pain management and as…

Can wearable technology help older adults maintain healthy lives?

Credit: CC0 Public Domain Older adults who are physically activity are more likely to remain healthy and maintain their independence. Research indicates that self-tracking of physical activity supports healthy living…

Yale researchers develop AI technology for adults with autism

Courtesy of Kai Nip Researchers from several American universities are collaborating to develop artificial intelligence based software to help people on the autism spectrum find and hold meaningful employment.  The…

‘Adults are asleep at the wheel’ in climate crisis, says Varshini Prakash, co-founder of the Sunrise Movement

It’s a good question. We work with a lot of organizations not solely focused on young people, who are really concerned about the climate crisis. But I think for young…

Feinstein Institutes Receives $1.7M Grant to Study Behavior Change Science, Promote Exercise in Older Adults

Only half of the adults in the United States get the exercise they need to help reduce and prevent chronic diseases. To better understand the benefits and develop behavior change…