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Fitness of Heart, Lungs Improve Memory Levels in Older Adults: Study

When your heart and lungs are functioning well, known as cardiorespiratory fitness (CRF), then your memory too improves, especially among older adults, shows a study revealing newly-found relationship between the two though it is unclear about the impact on long-term memory. In a study conducted by researchers at Boston University Medical Center showed that CRF has been directly related to ...

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UCLA scientists who ‘eliminated’ traumatic memories now say restoring lost memory possible

Prof David Glanzman of the University of Calinfornia, Los Angeles who had successfully “eliminated” traumatci memories of veterans of war, rape victims and other people who have seen horrific crimes in 2011 has been in news this time for restoration of lost memories in Alzhemer’s patients. Glanzman, a cellular neuroscientist, and his colleagues discovered that the long-term memory for sensitization ...

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Fasting During Festivals Good for Brain, to Boost Memory, Learning Skills: Study

Exercise tops the list of recommendations of neruologists for long but now they are adding occasional fasting, which is not new to Indians who observe fasting on festivals, especially during the Shivratri among others. New research shows that fasting not only increases memory but also enhances quick learning skills as it boosts the brain’s neurons. In their experiment on animals ...

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A gram of turmeric daily could make wonders boosting memory: Study

Adding just one gram of turmeric to one’s breakfast could help improve the memory of people who are in the early stages of diabetes and at risk of developing cognitive impairment or memory loss,, a study indicates. For the study, professor Mark Wahlqvist from the Monash Asia Institute at the Melbourne-based Monash University tested the working memory of men and ...

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Past Tragic Events Hit Brain Memory Sharply When in Fear or Emotional: Study

In an amazing study it was revealed that we get back even remotest and long-forgotten tragic events back to our memory on occasion when pushed to the corner or in utmost fear called the emotional implicit response. It means people forget tragic events of the past but maintain similar emotional reaction during post-traumatic events. The study undertaken by the Cognition ...

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Tattoo-like ‘electronic skin’ wear detects heart attacks, epilepsy, skin dehydration

Here is a tattoo-like thin wearable device that can detect heart attacks, Parkinson’s disease or epilepsy attacks, store your body information and deliver medicine to your body, besides collecting patient health, treatment and monitoring at one time. Researchers in the US have created an ‘electronic skin’ that can store and transmit data about a person’s movements, receive diagnostic information and ...

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