Middle aged men who drink 2.5 drinks per day may accelerate memory loss by six years, according to a new study.
That cup of coffee in the morning may improve long-term memory, according to a new study.
The study, published in the journal Nature Neuroscience, found that participants who had been given caffeine pills had better memory recall. Scientists studied 160 participants ages 18 to 30, and showed them various photos of items at the outset, …
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