Benjamin M. Hampstead, Anthony Y. Stringer, Randall F. Stilla, Michelle Giddens, K. Sathian. “Mnemonic strategy training partially restores hippocampal activity in patients with mild cognitive impairment.” Hippocampus, 27 February 2012.
Consumption of chocolate rich in flavanol may help to promote brain performance, by boosting the efficiency of specific aspects of memory.
When provoked by stress, older adults who do not sleep well display a heightened inflammatory response, potentially leading to increased risks for mental and ph
Strategies to train the memory may also re-engage the hippocampus– a brain region critical for memory formation, among people affected by mild cognitive impairm
Eye-opening report reveals the personal, financial, and familial tolls affecting the estimated 5.4 million Americans who have Alzheimer’s Disease.
Among women, being seated for long periods of time every day raises the risks of developing type-2 diabetes.
As the global population ages, costs related to vision loss are expected to skyrocket, potentially to stand at $3.53 billion by 2020.
Researchers from the American Association of Poison Control Centers (US) report zero deaths linked to consumption of a variety of vitamins.
Low blood levels of omega-3 fatty acids associate with smaller brain volumes and worse cognitive performance.
While the general public is rare to encounter cesium, exposure to cesium compounds can be toxic.
Following healthy lifestyle habits in your 20s may markedly lower your risk of cardiovascular disease in your 40s.
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Exercise in one’s 40s may help to forestall cognitive decline later in life. A team from the Mayo Clinic (Minnesota, USA) studied 1,324 men and women, ages 70 to 89 years, who did not have dementia at the study’s start. Study subjects completed a physical exercise questionnaire for a two-year period...