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According to New York researchers, the attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) medicine Ritalin increases the risk of addiction to people who take it for pleasure or for performance enhancement because it causes brain changes in its addiction centers.

Published in Biology
For the first time, a scientific study, which was performed in the United States, has identified that the brains of low-income children work, on average, less efficiently than the brains of high-income children when performing problem-solving tasks. The good news is that the difference can be corrected.

Published in Biology
Tuesday, 30 December 2008 22:35

Berry grape news to reverse memory problems

USDA researchers found that older laboratory rats reversed the signs of aging on brain function and behavioral performance when they were fed a diet rich in the compound pterostilbene. It could be "berry grape" news (I mean) very great news for a healthy brain.

Published in Health



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