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Revealed - How teenagers learn differently than adults!

The findings showed that teenagers do not necessarily have better memory, in general, but rather the way in which they remember is different.

Our brain can effectively combat effects of ageing

Old age may slow down memory and other physical and cognitive skills, but the brain has the remarkable potential to reduce these effects, a study has found.

Memory loss not only indicant in Alzheimer's diagnosis

Researchers should not rely on the clinical symptoms of memory loss alone to diagnose Alzheimer's disease because there could be other indicants of the neurodegenerative disease that do not initially affect memory, says a new study.

Playing tennis, video games may improve memory: Study

Attention-grabbing experiences release memory-enhancing chemicals in brain, helping to store memories that occur just before or soon after the experience, the study mentioned.

Brisk walk may improve memory in breast cancer survivors

A new study has revealed that moderate-to-vigorous exercises uch as brisk walking or jogging may boosts memory in breast cancer survivors.

Single dose of this drug could improve memory

Methylene blue is used to treat methemoglobinemia, a blood disorder in which oxygen is unable to release effectively to body tissues, and as a surgical stain.

Run daily for a super memory

The findings showed that the production of cathepsin B -- a protein that can be directly traced from the muscles to the brain in mice -- noticeably increased in muscle cells after exercise.

Blueberries can improve memory, vision

The researchers wanted to determine how much consumers know about blueberry health benefits and see if there is a knowledge gap with blueberry health benefits among demographic groups. 

Four hours of physical exercise after learning boosts memory

Doing physical exercises for four hours after learning as it can significantly improve long-term memory and memory traces, a new study suggests.

Peppermint tea boosts memory in adults!

Participants who took peppermint tea showed significant improvement in long term memory, working memory and alertness.

Why Alzheimer's patients can't recognise their loved ones

Alzheimer's steals not only the memory but also the ability to recognise your loved ones and now, a recent study has revealed why it is so.

Be a bit unpredictable at times to boost memory

Episodic memories are those associated with autobiographical events such as a past birthday party or first trip to an amusement park. This type of memory is crucial to our ability to accurately retell stories.

Aggressive adults experience memory problems later in life

The study, paper published in the online issue of journal Neurology, included 3,126 participants with the average age of 25.

Our brain 'personalities' affect intelligence, memories

Using a statistical technique called independent component analysis, the researchers grouped measures that were related to each other into four unique traits.

Good night's sleep imperative to boost memory, says study

The new discoveries provide further evidence for the benefits of a good night's sleep.

Five early warning signs that tell your brain is declining!

Here are five early warning signs that tell your brain is slowing down.

Study reveals past experiences affect recognition, memory

Some researchers say those regions talk to each other, enabling better recognition of an object.

Declining weight during ageing linked to cognitive impairment

People having a greater weight loss during ageing are at an increased risk of mild cognitive impairment (MCI) which affects the memory, language, thinking and judging capacity of an individual, says a new study.

The smarter you are, the healthier is your life

The smarter you are, the healthier is your life

The study supports an existing theory, which says that those with better overall health are likely to have higher levels of intelligence.

Brain's memory capacity 10 times more than thought

Our brain may have 10 times more memory capacity than what is commonly estimated, suggests new research.