Attention may falter after just one high-fat meal

Jun 4, 2020 by

A team of researchers from The Ohio State University found that eating just one meal high in saturated fat can decrease your ability to focus. The study was done on all women....

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“Silent” Brain Infarcts Tied to Cognitive Decline in A-fib...

May 26, 2020 by

New research has found that oral anticoagulation by itself might not be sufficient enough for patients who have A-fib due to clinically silent brain infarcts....

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Vitamin D deficiency during pregnancy may raise ADHD risk

Mar 19, 2020 by

If you or someone you love is pregnant, make sure you’re getting plenty of vitamin D. New research from the University of Turku in Finland has found that the risk of ADHD is 34% higher in children if the...

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Sleep duration forecasts ADHD for school-aged children

Jan 28, 2020 by

Researchers from Norway have found that how much a child sleeps may accurately predict whether they will have psychiatric disorder later in life including ADHD. The study followed children who were 6, 8, 10 and 12. The link was...

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Comic books can improve brain function

Jan 23, 2020 by

Because comics use both images, words, sound effects, color, spatial layouts, panel composition and more, researchers say these multimodal cues can stimulate similar processes to the human brain mapping the world around it. Thanks to the brain taking in...

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Omega-3s helped ADHD in some youth

Dec 12, 2019 by

According to new research, omega-3 supplements helped kids and teens between ages 6 and 18 with ADHD who had lower levels of EPA in their blood. It appears the supplement replenished a lack of the nutrient....

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Sleep deprivation triples lapses in attention

Dec 10, 2019 by

New research published in the Journal of Experimental Psychology: General found that sleep deprivation can triple the number of lapses in attention and double the odds of making “placekeeping” errors. These are errors in how well you follow complex...

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