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- Breathing the right way might help improve memory: study - Shanghai Daily (subscription)Posted on December 10, 2016 at 9:15 am
Shanghai Daily (subscription) Breathing the right way might help improve memory: studyShanghai Daily (subscription)HAVE you ever tried to focus by inhaling with a long, deep breath through the nose and exhaling through the mouth? A new study suggests that such an approach to breathing can indeed ease your mind and even improve memory. The study, carried out by ...and more » […]
- Deep brain stimulation fails to improve memory in new study - Fox NewsPosted on December 8, 2016 at 12:21 pm
Fox News Deep brain stimulation fails to improve memory in new studyFox NewsA study published Wednesday in the journal Neuron suggests that a certain type of stimulation previously shown to improve memory might actually impair it. The findings highlight how nuanced and complicated modulating cognition can be, according to the ...Electrical Brain Stimulation Not a Memory Booster: StudyAlbany Democrat Heraldall 3 news articles » […]
- Deep brain stimulation doesn't improve memory - it hurts it - Science CodexPosted on December 7, 2016 at 8:46 pm
Wall Street Journal Deep brain stimulation doesn't improve memory - it hurts itScience CodexDeep brain stimulation (DBS) of areas in the brain known to be involved in making memories does not improve memory performance, according to a new study. Deep brain stimulation is an invasive technique that involves the implantation of electrodes deep ...Why Scientists Are Still Flummoxed by Alzheimer's | TIMETIMEall 4 news articles » […]
- Want to improve memory? Breathe through your nose, always - Hindustan TimesPosted on December 7, 2016 at 12:39 pm
Hindustan Times Want to improve memory? Breathe through your nose, alwaysHindustan TimesInhaling through nose enhances memory and response to fearful stimuli but such effects disappear when one's breathing through mouth, claims a recent study. The study was published in the Journal of Neuroscience. According to Northwestern Medicine, the ...and more » […]
- Sex on the brain: Regular heterosexual intercourse may improve ... - National PostPosted on December 5, 2016 at 7:19 pm
National Post Sex on the brain: Regular heterosexual intercourse may improve ...National PostWomen ages 18 to 29 who reported having the most frequent sex remembered more abstract words, but not more faces.and more » […]
- Here's a New Reason Women Should Have More Sex - ThrillistPosted on December 2, 2016 at 11:58 pm
Thrillist Here's a New Reason Women Should Have More SexThrillistThe study, published in the Archives of Sexual Behavior, took a look at how P-in-the-V intercourse affects the brains of women. It's unclear why the study was aimed at only women, but if sex makes you smarter, sign me up for some more eggplant emoji, stat. […]
- Brain training could help improve memory and mood in older adults with mild cognitive impairment - News-Medical.netPosted on November 14, 2016 at 6:17 am
News-Medical.net Brain training could help improve memory and mood in older adults with mild cognitive impairmentNews-Medical.netResearchers at the University of Sydney have found that engaging in computer-based brain training can improve memory and mood in older adults with mild cognitive impairment - but training is no longer effective once a dementia diagnosis has been made.Brain training games 'could help improve memory of people at risk of dementia'Express.co.ukBrain training can help people at high risk of dementiaAlzheimer's SocietyBrain training 'can help prevent dementia'NEWS.com.auall 9 news articles » […]