Regular supervised walks on a treadmill four days a week for 12 weeks strengthen connections within brain networks, according to research from the University of Maryland School of Public Health. A study published in the Journal for Alzheimer’s Disease Reports, which included older adults with normal brain function and those diagnosed with mild cognitive impairment, demonstrated that the improvement in brain function may help to prevent the onset of Alzheimer’s disease.
Source: The Never Married, a New Normal
In 2021, 38% of adults were found to be unpartnered, with a decline in marriage being the main driver. The causes of never marrying are varied, including young adults taking more time to marry, preferring cohabitation, financial insecurity, and the need for control. The latter is often rooted in experiencing controlling or dominating parents or traumatic experiences such as date rape.