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Aerobic exercise boosts blood flow into two key regions of the brain associated with memory, which can result in improved cognition even in older populations. ... More
Taking part in regular aerobic exercise could decrease the likelihood of developing Alzheimer's disease in adults who are at higher risk of generating the illness. ... More
David Lloyd Clubs has opened a pop-up restaurant in Hackney, London, designed specifically to complement positive mental health. The health club operator has teamed up ... More
New York’s Blum Center for Health, a functional health facility, is offering a personalised, non-invasive, neuro-enhancement programme. Provided by Field, the FDA-approved American neuro-technology company, ... More
Physical fitness has been associated with better brain structure and brain functioning in adults. The findings of a study, led by Dr Jonathan Repple of ... More
Exercise has the ability to improve brain function in previously sedentary, overweight individuals. The University of Tübingen in Germany studied a group of overweight or ... More
Exercise alters brain blood flow and improves cognitive performance in older adults, according to research by the University of Maryland School of Public Health (UMD). ... More
Australia’s Peninsula Hot Springs has unveiled its new AUS$13m (US$9.6m, €8.2m, £7.3m) Bath House Amphitheatre – its biggest expansion to date. The new area includes ... More
Physical exercise and keeping fit can protect against the onset of Alzheimer's disease, according to a study by the Centre for Human Psychopharmacology (CHP) at ... More
Activities such as cycling and running can improve memory function and help maintain a healthy brain as we get older, according to an international study. ... More
Aerobic exercise can significantly help people coping with the long-term mental health condition schizophrenia, according to University of Manchester researchers. Using data from 10 independent ... More
It’s well-known that regular aerobic exercise forms a central pillar in a long and healthy life, however new research suggests that hitting the weights could ... More
Offering personalised exercise programmes at local leisure centres could be the key to protecting young people suffering early psychosis from the statistical likelihood of an ... More
The brain’s capacity to learn, remember and repair depends on the ability of neurons to change with experience – a complex process that researchers say ... More
Regular exercise in early childhood can make a major difference to metabolism and brain health over the course of a lifetime, according to new findings. ... More
Typically, the festive period sees various ‘brain training’ games and gizmos come back into vogue as cerebral stocking fillers, but it may well be that ... More
New research from Japan looking at cognitive performance in older men has found that regular exercise can help the brain hold back the sands of ... More
Crosswords have long been heralded for their role in keeping ageing minds agile, but a mounting body of evidence suggests that CrossFit sessions may be ... More
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They say you can’t teach an old dog new tricks, but a new study of adults aged over 65 suggests that raising fitness levels in ... More
Aside from helping to combat ageing, reduce risk of life-threatening conditions and improve brain function, regular exercise can also help men perform better in the ... More
Neurophysicists have discovered that the space-mapping neurons in the brain react differently when exposed to virtual reality (VR), with a study on rats showing VR ... More
The Canyon Ranch Tucson resort is launching a series of brain health improvement courses this month (November), to run throughout 2015 as one of its ... More
Exercising could help to induce changes in skeletal muscle, purging the blood of an unwanted substance that accumulates during stress, according to a new study ... More
Long term practitioners of yoga and meditation can learn to control a computer with their minds faster and better than people with little or no ... More
The Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science (formerly known as the Miami Science Museum), which is nearing the halfway stage of moving to a ... More
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