As we age, slow brain waves during non-REM sleep fail to time contact with sleep spindles efficiently, leading to a lessened ability to form new memories correctly, a new study reports.
Researchers report children are more attentive and have improved memory when they exercise at their own pace, rather than embark on exhaustive exercise.
Inflammation in the blood plays a key role in “chemo-brain,” according to a published pilot study that provides evidence for what scientists have long believed.
A new study sheds light on the neurons tasks glial cells perform to insure brain activity is optimized.
According to researchers, children who eat fish at least once a week score four points higher on IQ tests and sleep better than those who consume fish less frequently, or not at all.
A new study looks how it may be possible to help reduce trauma associated with bad memories while we sleep.
Researchers reveal even after one short, ten minute, burst of exercise, cognitive processing and attention improve temporarily.
Finally this week, a new study supports the hypothesis that people with focal epilepsy are more susceptible to mood disorders, such as depression and anxiety.