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Brain Fitness Training to Help Older Adults Improve Concentration

A brain fitness training program for your brain can improve thinking and concentration. There are a growing number of activities, from crossword puzzles to Sudoku, promoted as ways to keep our minds young. Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center study suggest that attention training can change brain activity so older adults can block out distractions […]

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Women Can Get Smarter After 65

Older women are less likely to do strength exercises, even though it can improve their overall health. A new study suggest that by working out one or two hours weekly, women can get smarter after 65.

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How to Get Intelligent Babies through Sound

How to develop your unborn baby’s intelligence Many parents wish that they get intelligent babies and this can be developed already with unborn child. This is because the unborn baby respond to outside stimuli and this can help their brain development. There are many studies regarding prenatal awareness and learning. Most of the research done into […]

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A Mind-bending Movie: Inception

The summer most challenging brain movie that will give your mind a puzzling sensation. With Inception, the writer-director Christopher Nolan’s head games continue. Imagination has made Chris Nolan, one of the most powerful directors in Hollywood, and most of his movies, including his mega-blockbusters Batman Begins (2005) and The Dark Knight, deal with troubled psyches […]

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Brain Exercise with Dr. Kawashima Review

Brain Exercise with Dr. Kawashima Review

This brain training game is made by Namco and had a famous scientist name behind it, Dr Kawashima. The name of the game is Brain Exercise with Dr. Kawashima. With these two information before testing the game we had pretty high expectations on this game. Unfortunatly this was a big disapointment. The graphic is old […]

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Learn Juggling And Get Brain Training At The Same Time

By learning a new and complex task such as to learn juggling could help the brain development. Jan Scholz and his colleagues at the University of Oxford have discovered that juggling changes white matter. White matter describes all areas of the brain that contain mostly of axons – outgrowths of nerve cells that connect different […]

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Multi-tasking Adversely Affects How You Learn

Multi-tasking is increasingly common habit among our world with many tools and gadgets to help us get more efficient.  People often think of the ability to multitask as a positive attribute, to the degree that they will proudly tout their ability to multitask. However, new research shows that multi-tasking affects the brain’s learning systems, and as […]

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