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Researchers followed more than 2,300 Finnish men for more than 20 years.
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A protein found in foods like spinach and kale may prevent cognitive decline.
New research is increasingly discovering the benefits of physical exercise for the brain.
Pills to prevent cognitive decline are in the works. Here’s the latest—plus, some tips for staying sharp until they’re on the market.
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All your fears, stre es and anxieties have one thing in common. They are sensed by a pair of pea-sized patches of neurons, called the amygdala, sitting deep inside your brain. So what if you could con...
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What explains the youthful brains of "super agers"?
German scientists have discovered that your brain is actively taking in sugar, rather than pa ively absorbing it, as previously thought. Prior to this new study, it was believed that the human brain &...
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If there is one thing that worries us more than ageing or cancer, it's the thought of losing our mind to Alzheimer's disease or other form of dementia. Keeping your brain in shape in the best investment you can ever make to stay sharp, focused and happy at any age, and it all starts with lifestyle.
Typically, we eat with our body weight or heart health in mind, but research shows we should also be eating for our brains. It is now well known that our food choices influence our memory, mood, gener...