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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Nutrition & Tissue Function - Elderly
item The relationship between anthocyanins found in berry fruit, inflammation, and cognitive function in older adults (Feb 2017)
item Neurochemical differences in learning and memory paradigms among rats supplemented with anthocyanin-rich blueberry diets and exposed to acute doses of 56Fe particles (Feb 2017)
item Role of fruits, nuts, and vegetables in maintaining cognitive health (Jan 2017)
item Vitamin D measurement standardization: the way out of the chaos (Dec 2016)
item Raspberry supplementation alleviates age-related motor dysfunction in select populations (Nov 2016)
item Age as a risk factor for the disruption of cognitive performance by exposure to the types of radiation encounted on exploratory class missions to other planets (Nov 2016)
item The effects of blueberry and strawberry serum metabolites on age-related oxidative and inflammatory signaling in vitro (Nov 2016)
item A clinically relevant frailty index for aging rats (Nov 2016)
item The beneficial effects of berry fruit on cognitive and neuronal function in aging (Sep 2016)
item Tart cherry extracts reduce inflammatory and oxidative stress signaling in microglial cells (Sep 2016)
item Tart cherry supplementation improves working memory, hippocampal inflammation and autophagy in aged rats (Aug 2016)
item Preserving brain function in aging: The anti-glycative potential of berry fruit (Aug 2016)
item Red raspberries can improve motor function in aged rats (Jun 2016)
item Advances in berry research: the sixth biennial berry health benefits symposium (Jun 2016)
item Berry fruit can improve age-associated neuronal and cognitive deficits: from the laboratory to the clinic (Jun 2016)
item The role of vitamin K in chronic aging diseases: inflammation, cardiovascular disease and osteoarthritis (Jun 2016)
item Vitamin K dependent protein activity and incident ischemic cardiovascular disease: The multi ethnic study of atherosclerosis (May 2016)
item Dietary strawberry improves cognition in older adults: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study (Apr 2016)
item Anthocyanin-rich blueberry diets enhance protection of critical brain regions exposed to acute levels of 56Fe cosmic radiation (Apr 2016)
item Modulation of oxidative stress, inflammation, autophagy and expression of Nrf2 in hippocampus and frontal cortex of rats fed with acai-enriched diets (Jan 2016)
item Monthly high dose vitamin D treatment for the prevention of functional decline: a randomized clinical trial (Jan 2016)
item Concepts and controversies in estimating vitamin K status in population based studies (Jan 2016)
item Osteocalcin carboxylation is not associated with body weight or percent fat changes during weight loss in post menopausal women (Dec 2015)
item Life-course approach to nutrition (Dec 2015)
item Comparative performance of current definitions of sarcopenia against the prospective incidence of falls among community dwelling seniors age 65 and older (Dec 2015)
item Osteocalcin carboxylation is not associated with body weight or percent fat changes during weight loss in post menopausal women (Dec 2015)
item Potassium bicarbonate supplementation lowers bone turnover and calcium excretion in older men and women a randomized dose-finding trial (Nov 2015)
item Association between body weight and composition and plasma 25 hydroxyvitamin D level in the diabetes prevention program (Nov 2015)
item Calcium plus vitamin D supplementation and risk of fractures: an updated meta analysis from the National Osteoporosis Foundation (Oct 2015)
item Polyphenols found in berry fruit improve age-associated changes in cognitive function and brain inflammation (Oct 2015)
item Effects of berry supplementation on mobility and cognition among older adults (Oct 2015)
item Effects of pterostilbene and resveratrol on brain and behavior (Sep 2015)
item Association between sleep duration, insomnia symptoms and bone mineral density in older Puerto Rican adults (Jul 2015)
Last Modified: 05/22/2017
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