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Brain-training computer games have little scientific support; here's how to maintain cognitive function into old age

12/31/2014 - For people who received computerized brain-boosting games over the holidays, or who just enjoy turning to them any time of the year, consider yourselves warned: They're not providing the extensive benefits you may think. So say experts from Loyola University Health System, who maintain that the claims...

Regular meditation can improve your cognitive function in just four days

3/18/2014 - Study after study has confirmed the benefits of regular meditation for mood, stress levels and overall health -- but did you know that it can boost your brain power as well? Indeed, numerous studies have shown that just a few minutes of meditation daily can produce significant cognitive benefits....

Athletes have higher cognitive function than college students

2/6/2013 - Professional and elite amateur athletes score higher on certain tests of cognitive function than university students, according to a study conducted by researchers from the University of Montreal and supported by a grant from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada. "Professional...

Vitamin D promotes memory and cognitive function in seniors

7/13/2010 - A lack of vitamin D has already been linked in several studies to depression. Now it appears a deficiency of this crucial nutrient could also play a role in robbing the brain of the ability to process information correctly and clearly. Defined as a person's ability to process thoughts, cognitive...

Improve Cognitive Function and Memory with Royal Jelly

6/25/2010 - Royal jelly is one of the most nutritionally complex foods on the planet with the ability to shore up many nutritional deficiencies and help people quickly overcome conditions they may have been dealing with for years. Royal jelly is also highly regarded for its brain-boosting capabilities. Whether...

Simple Lifestyle Changes May Improve Cognitive Function and Brain Efficiency (press release)

9/13/2006 - A UCLA research study published in the June issue of The American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry found that people may be able to improve their cognitive function and brain efficiency by making simple lifestyle changes such as incorporating memory exercises, healthy eating, physical fitness, and stress...

UCLA study finds that simple lifestyle changes may improve cognitive function and brain efficiency (press release)

6/30/2006 - A UCLA research study published in the June issue of the American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry found that people may be able to improve their cognitive function and brain efficiency by making simple lifestyle changes such as incorporating memory exercises, healthy eating, physical fitness and stress...

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