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Jog Your Memory, Literally

There is an emerging scientific view of human evolution that suggests we are clever today because a million years ago, we could outrun and…
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Why Naps are Good for You and How to Get the Most Out of Them

Napping is not just for preschoolers; adults can benefit greatly from a daytime nap as well. And sure, it feels great to nap as…
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Three Memory Improvement Techniques for Early Alzheimer’s Patients

Regularly training early Alzheimer’s Disease patients in memory tasks helps them retain information for long periods of time. And this Cognitive Training does not…
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Why Drinking Wine is Healthy

Drinking wine is linked to better brain functionality, as well as a decreased risk of Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) and dementia (jn.nutrition.org). And that’s definitely…
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