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Train Your Brain Like a Muscle

In general, as we age, we tend to find it more difficult to learn new information and recall memories. By exercising the brain and the various aspects of brain function, we can maintain or improve our brain fitness. Mental challenges in multiple domains are necessary...

Reducing Pediatric Post-Concussive Symptoms

Physical Activity for Mitigating Pediatric Post-Concussive Symptoms A study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) found that children and adolescents who continued their physical activities within one week of an acute concussion had a...

Blueberries for a Longer Life?

Delicious and loaded with a variety of important nutrients, blueberries may promote longevity by improving brain and cardiovascular function. Subsequently, there are plenty of reasons why blueberries should be a part of your daily diet. The protective health benefits...

Hearing Loss and Cognitive Decline

Untreated Hearing Loss May Accelerate Cognitive Decline and Dementia Evidence suggests that age-related hearing loss, particularly in those over the age of 65, can lead to cognitive decline and dementia if left untreated. Impairments in communication and psychosocial...

Chronic Headache from Low Vitamin D Levels?

According to a study from the University of Eastern Finland, there may be a higher risk of chronic headache from low vitamin D levels. The Kuopio Ischaemic Heart Disease Risk Factor Study (KIHD), published in the journal Scientific Reports, examined whether an...

What Are the Stages of Sleep?

Sleep happens in various stages. These stages of sleep have important impacts on our health, including many aspects of cognitive function. Machines that monitor sleep show that our brain is extremely active during these stages. Stage one is the initial stage where we...