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Specific Statin Significantly Reduces Alzheimer’s And Parkinson’s

Specific Statin Significantly Reduces Alzheimer’s And Parkinson’s

Science Daily — “Researchers from Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM) have found that the statin, simvastatin, reduces the incidence of Alzheimer’s…”

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Blueberries Boost Brain Health

Blueberries Boost Brain Health, FL -Jul 10, 2007
“… physical health untouched. Experiments on rats treated to come down with aging illnesses showed that those with blueberries in their diet had less brain …”

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Remember this: Benefits of ginkgo are minor

Remember this: Benefits of ginkgo are minor
Los Angeles Times, CA 

“Ginkgo supplements, widely available at health food stores and over the Internet, come in many guises. You can buy ginkgo on its own, but most products …”

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Eating organic may help our brain health

French study links brain tumours with pesticides, France -20 hours ago
findings of the study were based on an analysis of 221 cases of brain tumours by the French Institute of Public Health, Epidemiology and Development. …”

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All about Brain Fitness


  • We have just launched a new website section titled Hot Topics for you to be informed on latest Brain Fitness developments. Topics include Memory, Brain Fitness, Brain Teasers, Mental Exercise, Stress Management, Physical Exercise, Nutrition, News, Products, Events, Students, Science, Resources, and more.

Some good posts:

Nintendo BrainAge, Lumosity, Happy Neuron, MyBrainTrainer…

Posit Science, Nintendo Brain Training, Dakim…WebMD on Brain Fitness.

We hope to hear from you!

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1940s IQ tests helping to reveal how lifestyle affects the brain

1940s IQ tests helping to reveal how lifestyle affects the brain
Scotsman, UK –Scientists have also discovered a small group of men known as the “elite old” who have defied the logic of ageing and whose IQ and fitness levels have risen throughout their lives and appear to be still rising. Actor Richard Wilson, who played Victor …”

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