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09 JUL 14
Brain Bootcamp: How to Improve Your Memory
BY Charlene J. Owen Keeping your neurons happy and healthy need not be frustrating.
23 JAN 14
16 JAN 14
Caffeine May Help You Boost Your Memory
A cup of coffee or tea in the morning may help wake you up physically and mentally.
14 JAN 14
Vitamin E May Help Protect Older Adults from Memory Loss
BY Charlene J. Owen Regularly taking supplements and eating kinds of food that are rich in vitamin E may help maintain brain health.
17 DEC 13
Drinking During Pregnancy May Cause Cognitive Deficiencies in Your Baby
BY Charlene J. Owen Researchers reveal just what alcohol may do to your unborn baby's brain.
10 DEC 13
Low Vitamin D Intake Linked to Brain Debility
BY Charlene J. Owen Older adults must have enough vitamin D to maintain cognitive health.
07 DEC 13
Exercising Boosts Creativity, Says Study
BY Charlene J. Owen Exercising at least four times a week may not only keeps you physically healthy, but also mentally alert.
05 DEC 13
Messy Mealtimes May Help Your Baby Learn Faster
BY Charlene J. Owen Cleaning up those gooey baby food spills may be worth the effort.
03 DEC 13
Overexposure to TV May Affect Children's Cognitive Development
Keep the idiot box out of your child's room, says new study.
26 NOV 13
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