Do Brain Games Really Work?
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The National Institute of Aging, along with researchers from Boston University School of Medicine conducted studies with patients suffering from Alzheimer’s disease to see if new information was better kept in their memory if it was set as lyrics to [...]Read More
As much as our legal system depends on eye-witness testimonies, it is likely to be one of the more questionable sources for first-hand information. Why? Because humans can develop false memories, otherwise memories that never actually occurred. How does this [...]Read More
Those suffering from Alzheimer’s, or dealing with the fact that it runs genetically in their family, may be seeing an effective drug on the market within the next ten years, now that scientists have located a part of the brain [...]Read More
Huntington’s disease is a disease that primarily affects the basil ganglia, which is a portion of the brain that primarily controls motor control and learning abilities. People that have the genetic disposition for Huntington’s Disease (it is a genetic disorder, [...]Read More
If you suffer from high cholesterol, you understand what can happen if it’s not taken care of properly. High cholesterol, though controllable, can leave you at risk for numerous medical issues, including, but not limited to, cardiovascular disease, strokes and [...]Read More