A new study found that middle-aged drinkers who had a history of alcohol abuse were more likely to develop memory problems later on in life.
Drinking sugary drinks rots the teenage brain, according to a new study. Researchers fond that daily consumption of beverages sweetened with high-fructose corn syrup or sucrose can seriously damage learning and memory capacity. The latest findings reveal that damage is particularly pronounced during adolescent years.
A new study reported that older adults who have a slow walking speed and memory problems have a greater risk of developing dementia.
Researchers have successfully used a portable brain-mapping device to show prefrontal cortex activity among veterans with Post Traumatic Stress Disorders.
Need a reason to have another glass of Merlot? New research from Germany reveals that drinking red wine significantly boosts memory.
Getting some sleep after learning encourages the growth of dendritic spines - the tiny protrusions from brain cells that connect to other brain cells and facilitate the passage of information across synapses - according to a new study.
According to a new study, scientists were abel to erase and restore memories in mice models.
Giving fingolimod - drug normally used to treat Multiple Sclerosis (MS) in people - to mice, enabled them to forget memories they held of a recent painful event, according to a new study.
A new study found that NCAA football players had a smaller hippocampus in comparison to non-playing peers of the same age and education level.
A new study found that concussion symptoms linger longer than previously expected in children and young adults.
A new study examining retirees reported that exposure to solvents was tied to long-term memory and thinking problems.
A new study found that seniors can retain information better if they talked to someone about it.
Three new studies suggest that young blood could help reverse some processes of aging in mice models.
Strengthen your memory by hitting the gym. New research reveals that aerobic fitness influences long-term memory.
A new study led by Brigham and Women's hospital (BWH) has found an association between midlife and later life sleeping patterns with memory. According to the study, extreme sleep durations worsen memory in later life.