Cutting down on sweets may help preserve memory, a new study suggests.
Scientists have discovered that they can reduce negative memory in a compound linked to human memory according to a new study.
Eating lots of fish may help protect older people from brain abnormalities, a new study suggests.
People who want to stay sharp should think about getting rid of their belly fat. Scientists found that people with beer bellies are three and a half times more likely to develop memory loss and dementia.
A research team from Texas A&M University found that simply taking a memory test could make participants feel older.
Cynics are born. Scientists found that genes predispose some people to view the world as a threatening place.
In a new study, researchers were able to prevent brain cells from dying in mice models that had a neurodegenerative disease.
Have you ever seen the television commercial for Luminosity? And wondered if brain training programs alike actually worked?
Fish and nuts may not actually improve cognition, according to a new study.
Feelings make memories stronger, new research suggests.
Midday naps may boost learning in preschool children, a new study suggests.
It's no secret that people become forgetful in old age. However, new research reveals physical evidence for this aging absent-mindedness. Scientists found that brain regions linked to memory shrink as people get older. However, researchers said the decrease is more pronounced in people who go on to develop neurodegenerative disease.
Exercising can improve learning and memory in children, according to a new study. Researchers said this is particularly true when the learning on a task is more challenging.
Based on a review on nine studies, researchers concluded that premature babies have lasting effects that negatively affect their health.
A new study reveals more reason to love chocolate. Scientists say chocolate can help keep the brain healthy.
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.