Many of us would love to improve our memory, and it becomes even more important as we age.

There’s nothing more frustrating than having a word on the tip of your tongue and not being able to remember it.

Being a little forgetful at times is usually nothing to worry about. However, improving your memory could be more in your control than you realize.

Research shows that health, lifestyle and even some hobbies and activities can help boost our memory and keep our brain in better condition as we age.

Although there’s currently no cure for diseases like Alzheimer’s, some evidence suggests we may be able to prevent or at least slow down, the progression of dementia through taking care of our brain and cognitive health.

Memory could be the most malleable and trainable cognitive function

Memory could be the most malleable and trainable cognitive function

A new study presented today at the annual meeting of the Society of Neuroscience in New Orleans, Louisiana shows that improved working memory function, following […]

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