Digital pens provide insight into cognitive testing results

Aug 24, 2021 by

New research from Boston University School of Medicine used digital pens and digital voice recorders to capture differences in participants’ performance while completing a cognitive test. They found that differences in thinking versus writing time on a symbol coding...

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Species of gut bacteria linked to enhanced cognition and language in boys...

Aug 12, 2021 by

A new study from the University of Alberta Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry found that infant boys with a higher composition of a particular gut microbiota show enhanced neurodevelopment....

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Non-invasive potential treatment for Alzheimer’s

Jul 13, 2021 by

Research on mice at Queensland Brain Institute’s Clem Jones Centre for Ageing Dementia Research showed that low-intensity ultrasound effectively restored cognition without opening the blood-brain barrier....

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AI to track cognitive deviation in aging brains

Jul 8, 2021 by

A new development published in Radiology: Artificial Intelligence includes a breakthrough from artificial intelligence-based brain age prediction model that quantifies deviations from a healthy brain-aging trajectory in people with mild cognitive impairment. The model may help with early detection...

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Healthy hearts may mean better cognitive abilities

Jun 22, 2021 by

A new study of more than 29,000 people living in the United Kingdom found that those with a healthy heart structure and function performed significantly better in cognitive ability tests than those with a less healthy heart structure and...

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Choir signing can improve cognitive function among the elderly...

Mar 18, 2021 by

A team of scientists from the University of Helsinki have found that for the elderly, the cognitive benefits of choir singing may be similar to those of playing an instrument...

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