Lifestyle Center: Memory
The human brain must be able to remember things and pay attention, and how these two tasks interact may affect your mental performance.
Some video games might actually be good for you. And yes, you read that right.
It's football season again, a time for tailgating, touchdowns and rooting for the home team. But this American tradition may not be without its dange...
Some patients with memory disorders like dementia are unaware of the presence of these problems. And this unawareness may show up years before the ac...
Could climbing a tree really lead to greater knowledge?
Patients with schizophrenia may be able to achieve a better quality of life thanks to a new 'brain-training' game created for the iPad.
Lost your keys? You may want to sleep on it.
Learning to play piano or type on the computer may occur in more than just your brain.
Trans fats have gotten plenty of press for their potentially heart-harming properties, but these substances may be harming the mind, too.
One lifesaving drug may have even fewer side effects than previously thought.
Since childhood, many have wondered why it can be hard to pat their head and rub their tummy at the same time. Some new research may answer this age-...
It's not a silver bullet in humanity's fight against lost memories, but it may be a step forward in attempts to understand and one day treat conditio...
New evidence might explain why pulling an all-nighter can lead to failing the test.
When it comes to accents, how you say “tomato” could affect how your words are memorized.
A lot happens to people when they smoke pot — or so they might think.
In the search for what causes and signals Alzheimer's disease, scientists have often looked to genes. New evidence, however, points to gender.
Among the cast of characters that Kathy, an Alzheimer’s patient at Georgetown Living, interacts with on a daily basis are cows, sheep, three longho...
You may have one more reason to raise a glass to red wine.