More stories about "Cognitive Function"

Is Laziness a Sign of Intelligence?

Here's something for those days when you need to justify staying under the covers.

Brain Bootcamp: How to Improve Your Memory

Keeping your neurons happy and healthy need not be frustrating.

Caffeine May Help You Boost Your Memory

A cup of coffee or tea in the morning may help wake you up physically and mentally.

Vitamin E May Help Protect Older Adults from Memory Loss

Regularly taking supplements and eating kinds of food that are rich in vitamin E may help maintain brain health.

Low Vitamin D Intake Linked to Brain Debility

Older adults must have enough vitamin D to maintain cognitive health.

Exercising Boosts Creativity, Says Study

Exercising at least four times a week may not only keeps you physically healthy, but also mentally alert.

Messy Mealtimes May Help Your Baby Learn Faster

Cleaning up those gooey baby food spills may be worth the effort.

Early Musical Training Linked to Neural Benefits

New research shows that learning music at a young age speeds up your speech-related responses even as an adult.

Speaking Two or More Languages May Help Delay Dementia

Knowing more than just your mother tongue may protect you from age-related cognitive diseases.

Infants Can Recognize Songs They've Heard Prior to Birth, Says Study

Have your unborn babies hear the sound of your voice and listen to good music, as they can remember them even months after they are born.

Lack of Sleep May Increase Risk of Alzheimer's Disease

According to research, plaque buildup in the brain may increase when sleep patterns are regularly disrupted.

Physical Activity May Boost Kids' Learning Abilities

Letting your child exercise through sports or play may improve his brain function.

Improve Cognitive Health with a Mediterranean Diet, Says Study

Eating more whole wheat, fruits, vegetables, nuts, and fish may lower your risk of developing dementia.