Men really do forget more than women, according to a new study.
Fish oil preserves brain health, a new study suggests.
High definition video and audio might be obvious but researchers have found a new class of memory that they are terming ‘high definition’ too.
Having an underactive thyroid does not increase the risk of memory problems, according to a new study.
Your culture determines what you remember, a new study suggests.
Human who possess high motor excitability have better working memory than human with a low excitability for the same, a new study has shown.
Ill effects of junk food on waistline is a very well known fact, but a new study has pointed that it can permanently damage your memory too.
Even without a concussion, blows to the head may damage the brain. Researchers found that football athletes and ice hockey players who suffered blows to the head showed changes in their learning and memory abilities.
People who are always take pictures to capture the moment may be losing more than they gain because of the "photo-taking impairment effect," according to a new study.
Researchers reported that a new injection drug treatment option for Alzheimer's could be available within the next five years.
Researchers found that in mouse models, low vitamin D levels were tied to brain damage.
An enhanced extract made from the antioxidants extracted from spearmint and rosemary can help people in improving their learning and memory, a study finds.
Researchers used a compound call IRL-1620 and found that it inhibited cognitive impairment in rats with Alzheimer's disease.
People suffering from multiple sclerosis (MS) may benefit from aerobic exercises as it helps boosting memory, a new study finds.
Aerobic exercise may help boost memory in multiple sclerosis patients, according to a new study.
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