It will place a huge burden on society, disabling more people who develop the disease, challenging their caregivers, and straining medical and social safety nets," said co-author Jennifer Weuve, MPH, ScD, assistant professor of medicine, Rush Institute for Healthy Aging at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago.
What does RIHA stand for?
RIHA stands for Rush Institute for Healthy Aging
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- Rock in Halifax
- Rot in Hell
- Run In Hole
- Rent It Here-Leave It There
- Research Institute for Housing America
- Réseau Indépendant d'Hébergeurs Autogerés
- Rhode Island Herpetological Association
- Riigi Infosüsteemi Haldussüsteem (Estonian: State Information System Management System)
- Roanoke Island Historical Association (North Carolina, USA)
- Rock Island Housing Authority (Illinois)
- Rhode Island Hearing Assessment Program
- Retinoic Acid-Induced Heparin-Binding Factor
- Registered In-House Counsel (California)
- Reston Interfaith Housing Corporation (Reston, VA)
- RotoGuru Invitational Hoops Challenge
- Rhode Island Health Care Association
- Radiation-Induced Heart Disease
- Rehabilitation Institute and Hospital for the Disabled (Bangladesh)
- Research Institute for Higher Education (Hiroshima University; Japan)
- Research Involving Human Embryos Act 2002 (Australia)
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Vegetables also are often eaten with healthy fats such as salad oils, which help the body absorb vitamin E and other antioxidants, said lead author Martha Clare Morris, a researcher at the Rush Institute for Healthy Aging at Chicago's Rush University Medical Center.
Rush Institute for Healthy Aging, Rush University Medical Center (Chicago) -- Archives of Neurology (7/03) In this study, participants who consumed fish at least once a week had a much greater risk reduction for Alzheimer's disease compared to those participants who ate fish less often or not at all.
Patricia Rush, co-director of the Rush Institute for Healthy Aging and director of the Johnston R.