Prenatal Seafood Consumption May Improve Attention

Nov 14, 2019 by

Although most pregnant women probably know not to risk eating raw sushi, a new study from Barcelona Institute for Global Health has shown the importance of eating a diet rich in lean and fatty (cooked) fish during the first...

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CTE Risk, Severity Increases With Years Playing Football

Nov 12, 2019 by

New research from Boston University School of Medicine has found that the risk and severity of developing chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) increases with every year of football played. The study was published in Annals of Neurology....

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Maternal Stress May Affect Baby’s Brain Development

Nov 7, 2019 by

Researchers from King’s College London have found that maternal stress before and during pregnancy may affect the baby’s brain development. They found that, in stressed pregnant women, there was evidence of impaired development in the white matter tract in...

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Food Comas May Help Preserve Long-term Memory

Nov 5, 2019 by

Although most of us probably think of food comas as something that shuts down our brain, new research from New York University has found that food comas may actually help us to form long-term memories....

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Habitual Tea Drinking Makes the Brain More Efficient

Oct 31, 2019 by

Researchers recruited health participants and looked at their tea-drinking habits to determine if consuming tea had any effect on functional and/or structural networks in the brain. They found that although there were no significant effects on the hemispheric asymmetry...

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Blood Thinner May Delay Alzheimer’s

Oct 31, 2019 by

A team of investigators from New York and Span found than an existing blood thinner may help delay the development of Alzheimer’s disease. The study was done on mice but the scientists found that that just one year’s treatment...

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