Allergies may actually help memory

Oct 28, 2016 by

When researchers in Austria exposed mice to grass pollen to induce an allergic reaction, they found that the reaction stimulated the growth of new neurons. It appears as though allergic reactions suppress the decline of creating new memories, which happens with aging.

http://wsav.com/2016/08/16/seasonal-allergies-could-change-your-brain/

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