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Researchers in the UK looked at patients with either mild or moderate brain injury and compared them to people with no history of brain trauma. Scans taken six days after an injury showed damage in the white brain matter, which can disrupt the brain'
But after she was treated for Hodgkin's Lymphoma at 14, her enjoyment of books became a rarity. "I used to read a book a day. It's getting easier now but I couldn't read at all before. "I kept re-reading the same sentence and my memory and
View comments The next time you puff up a flight of stairs, bear in mind it's not just your heart and lungs that are struggling. Scientists have found that people in poor physical health are also more likely to suffer from memory problems. U.S.
It may seem like men are the more forgetful sex, but a new study suggests they may have that stigma for a reason. New research has revealed that men may have more memory problems than women, Medical News Today reported. In a study published in the
26 December 2013 163 shares 0 View comments Experts say 'exciting' research on a drug to combat brain plaques could lead to a generally available pill within five years A new Alzheimer's drug that could reduce a crucial component of the disease by 90
Emma Burrows and one of the mice that are being taught to remember objects on specifically designed, touch-sensitive screens...The mice, which use the same part of the brain as humans for memory, are first trained to choose between two images, such
In an interview with the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette , Heinz Kerry said her seizure was not related to her 2009 treatment for breast cancer, but rather to the lingering effects "after a bad concussion that was not properly treated at all ... from a very
Blood sugar considered safely below diabetes or even pre-diabetes levels may still be linked to a raised risk of memory problems, a new study suggests...An area of the brain most responsible for memory also differed between the two groups...Blood
Researchers have found that maintaining low sugar levels in the blood is good for the brain. The study, published in the journal Neurology, showed people with too much sugar in their blood were more likely to have memory problems. Researchers looked
25 July 2013 0 View comments Researchers said getting a good night's sleep is particularly important to pre-teens TVs and computers should be banned from children's bedrooms, scientists have said. They warned that electronic devices can disturb sleep,