Researchers found that people who were healthier complained less about memory problems.
A new study may reveal why adults cannot recall memories from early childhood. Scientists have found evidence that infantile amnesia is caused by the formation of new brain cells in the hippocampus, an important brain region responsible for filing short-term memories into long-term memory.
Researchers found that women who suffer from hot flashes during menopause also had worse memories.
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.
A new study reveals that drinking one to three glasses of champagne a week may counteract the memory loss associated with aging, and could help stall the onset of degenerative brain disorders like dementia.
A large drug trial studying the effects of Gammagard in stabilizing Alzheimer's disease proved to be ineffective.
Researchers reported that young athletes are still playing with concussion symptoms despite an increased risk for future injury and brain damage.
A new study reported that elevated blood sugar levels that are not considered to be diabetic can still lead to an increase risk for Alzheimer's disease.
Researchers found that mice raised with two parents as opposed to one had more nerve growth.
Eating fish, chicken and salad dressing, which are rich in omega-3 fatty acids and avoiding meat, dairy and other foods with saturated fats may preserve memory and cognitive abilities in older adults, according to a new study.
Clenching your fists may help you get a better grip on memory, according to a new study.
A study reports that people who can make predictions based solely on statistics and not previous knowledge can predict winners of sport matches more effectively.
The animal has a simple nervous system, but has cells with properties that resemble that of more complex animals like humans.
However, according to a recent study, some stress is good for you. The researchers say that acute stress can improve the brain’s mental capacity and memory.
Researchers found that 80-year-old seniors who perform as well as 50 to 60-year-old people on memory tests have thicker cortex and anterior cingulate regions similar to those found in 50-year-old people.
They may not be scientifically based, but the need for a solution outside of pharmaceuticals may encourage you to consider such options. When traditional medicine is not quite doing the trick, thinking outside the box and trying one of these options may bring surprising results.