Researchers found that interacting with PARO, a robotic seal can improve the overall quality of life for dementia patients.
A new study suggests that seniors who have irregular heartbeats known as atrial fibrillation are more likely to experience faster memory loss than seniors with normal heart.
Researchers found that people who were healthier complained less about memory problems.
New research reveals more evidence why people should start switching to the Mediterranean diet. Not only will eating like the Spanish and Italians lower the risk of heart attacks, stroke, asthma and cancer, it can also improve and preserve brainpower more effectively than low-fat diets, according to a new study.
Researchers found that western style diets, which includes red meats and fried foods, lead to an increased risk for cognitive decline as well as premature deaths.
Researchers found that stimulating brain activities, such as Sudoku and crossword puzzles were effective in improving memory for people with minor cognitive impairments.
The next time your boss catches you on Facebook, you might want to say that you’re improving your memory.
Latest studies have tied vitamin D intake to the cognitive performance in women. Two new studies appearing in the Journals of Gerontology Series A: Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences reveal that as women age, vitamin D may be an essential component for their cognitive health. According to a research conducted by a team led by Cedric Annweiler, MD, PhD, at the Angers University Hospital in France, women whose dietary intake of vitamin D is higher, lower their risk of contracting Alzheimer's disease, Medical Xpress reported.