- November 1st, 2012
Want to protect yourself against age-related degenerative disease? Try having a morning or afternoon cup of green tea.
Already touted around the world for its cardiovascular benefits, emerging evidence claims the chemical properties of green tea can impact cellular mechanisms in the brain as well.
- June 1st, 2012
This year's winner of the USA Memory Championships (and last year’s as well!) proves that both mental and physical prowess do indeed go hand in hand.Nelson Dellis is on top of his game and climbing to new heights--literally.By Cara Lucas
- September 6th, 2011
Alzheimer’s disease is a condition that scares many of us. “Senior moments” such as losing track of our keys, stumbling over names, and losing our train of thought may leave us wondering if more serious issues such as not recognizing close friends and relatives, forgetting how to dress, and losing muscular control are right around the corner.Rare Chinese compound reproduced in US lab
- January 1st, 2008
You run marathons, regularly lift weights, and are the Pilates queen. But when’s the last time you worked out your brain? That gray matter needs exertion, too. More than that, it needs variety. Just as you exercise your entire body and all its muscle groups, likewise, you should exercise your entire brain to stay sharp (goodness knows it could use the help).Your mind needs a workout just as much as your body.By Dan Orzech