Modern technology has brought forth a lot of benefits for everyone to enjoy though there are cognitive issues that may be getting the raw end of it all.
A new study shows how intelligence and good health are related.
Managing stress optimizes the brain’s cognitive ability to unlearn counterproductive habits and learn new ones that are deemed better and useful some psychology experts say.
A Danish-led study links moderate alcohol consumption to lower death risks among patients diagnosed with mild Alzheimer's. While the exact causes were not determined, experts speculated that it's probably due to socialization associated with drinking
A new study found that taking a vitamin B12-folic acid supplement each day did not boost memory in seniors.
A new study found that the rates of children born with fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD) are higher than previously expected.
According to a new study, patients with vitamin D deficiency had an increased risk of poor brain function and an increased risk of death after cardiac arrest.
Infants also have the ability to predict the actions of others, in spite of the activity being very cognitively demanding, a new research has found.
A new study is reporting that after reaching 24, people's cognitive motor performance skills start to decline.
Mentally challenging activities learned in older adult years may be the way to save your brain from aging too quickly according to a new study.
Researchers from Vanderbilt University reported that patients who stay in ICUs might suffer from brain damage.
Researchers found that seniors who had mild B-12 deficiency experienced faster mental decline.
Based on a review on nine studies, researchers concluded that premature babies have lasting effects that negatively affect their health.
Researchers report that older people work with less variability and more consistency.
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation arrested over 20 employees at a care center for physically and emotionally abusing Alzheimer's patients.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.