The quick-thinking skills required in video games may be more helpful than crossword puzzles in slowing or even reversing …
The largest study to date on the effects of eating omega-3 fatty acids confirm that foods high in the fats can preserve memory and cognitive functions only in people without diabetes.
Getting a grip — literally — by clenching your right fist before remembering information and your left when you want to remember it can boost your recall, according to the latest study.
With an aging population, rates of dementia will only climb, yet doctors have few effective strategies for addressing the worst symptoms.
Researchers are exploring the possibility that convincing drinkers they had a bad experience with liquor — even if they didn’t — could lead them to drink less.
They may not seem to share much in common, but similar mechanisms could be driving the two conditions.
Sleep patterns and markers in spinal fluid may hint at the first signs of the neurodegenerative disorder.
It turns out humans aren’t the only ones getting a buzz from coffee.
Enhancing one area of the brain means activity in others may suffer.
Checking status updates on Facebook may be just the distraction your memory needs.
It’s no secret that our ability to remember things dulls as we get older. Now researchers have some clues about why that happens.
Our online musings may not be so ephemeral after all
Yes, there is a difference. Why one is more likely to trigger serious memory problems.