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Testosterone Can Improve Verbal Learning and Memory in Postmenopausal Women

Testosterone Can Improve Verbal Learning and Memory in Postmenopausal Women

Postmenopausal women saw bigger boosts in verbal learning and memory following a treatment with a testosterone gel, compared with women who only received sham treatment with a placebo. This is according to a new study presented at the Endocrine Society's Annual Meeting in San Francisco. Read More


Long-term Memory May be Boosted by Caffeine

Long-term Memory May be Boosted by Caffeine

A number of studies have indicated that caffeine has many health advantages. Now, emerging research suggests that a dose of caffeine following a learning session may aid in retaining long-term memory. This is according to research reported in the journal Nature Neuroscience. Read More


Coffee Consumption Protects Against Alzheimer's

Coffee Consumption Protects Against Alzheimer's

Consuming coffee through middle age can help ward off Alzheimer's disease (AD) and dementia, reducing the risk of these disorders by up to 65 percent, a recent Finnish study has discovered. According to lead researcher and associate professor at University of Kuopio, Miia Kivipelto, this study... Read More


"Mind-Reading" with MRI-Computer Technology

A machine reading human thoughts? Science fiction fantasy may be far further along then we may have ever imagined Read More


Why a Cognitive Workout is Important to Brain Health

Why a Cognitive Workout is Important to Brain Health

According to Shlomo Breznitz, former professor of psychology, and president of University of Haifa, Israel - as we age, the choices we make about diet, exercise, and sleep can impact our brain's health over time. Some of these choices not only keep our brain functioning, but can also reduce th... Read More


Blueberry Juice Can Improve Memory in Older Adults

Blueberry Juice Can Improve Memory in Older Adults

Researchers from the US and Canada have for the first time found evidence that a few glasses of blueberry juice a day improved memory in older adults; the findings come from a small study of 70-year olds showing early signs of memory loss, and the researchers suggest the findings establish a b... Read More


Stress Deforms Brain and Behavior

Stress Deforms Brain and Behavior

Stress is not just an uncomfortable feeling of nervousness and tension. It’s a treacherous force that actually remolds the brain at the same time as it warps behavior, according to a bevy of neuroscientists at a recent conference in Washington, D.C.     “Stress cau... Read More


Five Healthful Brain Exercises

Five Healthful Brain Exercises

Doctors repeatedly counsel that we should be greatly concerned about maintaining muscle mass and building aerobic (heart and lung) health as we age. But just as important, many say, is to work on the health of our brains. As Americans live longer and longer in this, the 21st century, the thre... Read More


Cafe Puede Ayudar a Proteger La Memoria de las Mujeres

Cafe Puede Ayudar a Proteger La Memoria de las Mujeres

Un estudio reciente hecho por investigadores del Instituto Nacional Frances de Investigacion Medica encontro que el cafe protege a las mujeres contra la perdida de la memoria relacionada con el pasar de los anos. El estudio rastreo a mas de 7,000 hombres y mujeres viviendo en tres ciudades fr... Read More



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