All content tagged: memory

Porkins Policy Review - 2020-01-07 - Original post - cached version


Uncle returns for his second annual live New Year’s Eve special broadcast. This four hour extravaganza took place as the New Year struck each time zone across the continental US. Chuck Ochelli was able to make it to the show as producer just in the nick of time...

Natural Society - 2019-11-05 - Original post - cached version

It has been nearly 20 years since a new drug has been developed to combat Alzheimer’s disease. Thankfully, it won’t be another 20 years until such a feat is accomplished, as a new drug called Oligomannate has been approved for the treatment of “mild to moderate Alzheimer’s disease and improving...

Richard Falk - 2019-09-20 - Original post - cached version

[Re-posting Second Prefatory Note: To allow for prior German online publication I temporarily removed this post after two hours. The text below is identical to what was previously posted. We are eager to encourage debate, discussion, and democracy, and so encourage dissemination through social...

Natural Society - 2019-05-12 - Original post - cached version

Adopting a Mediterranean-style diet may help protect your brain as you age, numerous studies show. [1]

At least 2 studies concluded that people’s risk for dementia declined when they ate the Mediterranean-DASH Intervention for Neurogenerative Delay (MIND) diet. Think of it as sort of a...

Porkins Policy Review - 2018-05-17 - Original post - cached version

Aaron Franz of joins us for the first hour. We begin by talking about Aaron’s new live version of Trans Resister Radio and Uncle the podcast. Aaron and I then discuss the topic of the imagined dividing line between the real and the fantastic, the objective and the...

Natural Society - 2017-08-20 - Original post - cached version

A new study in Translational Psychiatry suggests that women who are exposed to air heavily polluted by vehicle exhaust and other sources of fine particulate matter have a significantly higher risk of developing dementia.

For the new study, researchers tracked the cognitive health of 3,647...

Natural Society - 2017-05-25 - Original post - cached version

One of the keys to keeping your brain nice and plump and in proper working order is avoiding soda – and not just the sugar-sweetened kind, either. Drinking sodas, whether regular or diet, is bad for brain health, 2 recent studies show. [1]

One study showed that people who drank diet soda...

Natural Society - 2017-05-23 - Original post - cached version

I am not a morning person, and coffee is my best friend. Sometimes afternoons don’t work for me either, so it’s back to the coffee pot. Some of you are probably the same way. But a new study shows that 10 minutes of walking could be more effective than caffeine at perking you up … at least...

Natural Society - 2017-05-17 - Original post - cached version

The findings of a Yahoo News/Marist poll show that people over the age of 69 generally don’t have positive views of marijuana. While the majority of younger Americans increasingly view marijuana as a legitimate medication and relatively acceptable recreational substance, the older crowd has been...

Natural Society - 2016-08-17 - Original post - cached version

Although there is no accepted treatment for Alzheimer’s yet, a new study shows that we may find a little hope in a common period pain medication drug. In fact, it may completely reverse the symptoms of Alzheimer’s.

The research, led by Dr. David Brough at the University of Manchester,...

Natural Society - 2016-07-27 - Original post - cached version

Beginning a new semester or school year at high school or a university may be exciting, or it may be filled with stress, which is likely to increase as assessments pile up. Fortunately, there are natural remedies that can help with learning ability, and a new study shows that cinnamon may be...

Natural Society - 2016-07-12 - Original post - cached version

Northwestern Medicine in conjunction with University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign recently reported that women who had survived breast cancer and exercised regularly reported fewer memory problems than those who didn’t exercise. Memory problems are a common issue amongst breast cancer survivors...

Natural Society - 2016-06-21 - Original post - cached version

After an intense study session, you’re probably not thinking about working out. But a new study suggests that getting physically active 4 hours after studying might help students retain the information they just learned.

For the study, researchers recruited 72 men and women, and had them...

Natural Society - 2016-06-20 - Original post - cached version

A very small study, with only 10 subjects, is showing promising results in the treatment of Alzheimer’s. While it was previously thought that memory loss was permanent with this degenerative disease, research is showing that reversal of the symptoms can actually occur if patients follow a...

Natural Society - 2016-06-06 - Original post - cached version

For the first time ever, scientists may have solidified a link between memory formation and REM sleep. We know that a bad night’s sleep can leave our heads in a fog and may even cause irritability, but it turns out a bad night’s sleep could also rob us of our memories. [1]


Natural Society - 2016-05-20 - Original post - cached version

Older adults who suffer from memory loss may be helped by something as simple as sniffing rosemary essential oil, according to researchers at the University of Northumbria. Peppermint may help seniors regain lost memories, too.

Filling a home with these pleasant, natural scents could be...

Dissident Voice - 2016-04-28 - Original post - cached version

 it is through mimesis, (identification with the mirror image) that one gains a sense of unity, self-containment and mastery over the body. If that was all that there was to it, humanity would be condemned to dwell forever entombed in the hell of mirrors. However, the identification...

Natural Society - 2016-03-22 - Original post - cached version

We all dream of achieving goals, but it takes knowledge and action applied in practical, everyday ways to obtain them. One easy way to make sure that we always have concrete ways of achieving our goals way is by reading a book a day. This single activity keeps our brains healthy, too.


Natural Society - 2016-03-18 - Original post - cached version

Have you ever thought about the potential health benefits of knitting or crocheting? Maybe sitting down to knit some mittens doesn’t seem like the most earth-shattering way to boost your health, but it’s certainly a relaxing one!

Many studies have found evidence that knitting or...

Natural Society - 2016-01-11 - Original post - cached version

No one wants to spend an hour looking for their keys, or worse, develop Alzheimer’s later in life. The prospect of exercising the brain to ensure its health was the concept behind Lumosity, a “brain training” app that uses various games that supposedly puts your gray matter on a treadmill....

The Anti Media - 2015-11-20 - Original post - cached version

Do you meditate?

The post Meditation May Improve Memory for Teens appeared first on The Anti-Media.

Natural Society - 2015-10-08 - Original post - cached version

A thick waistline can give you diabetes, heart disease, joint problems, and cause stroke, but now a new study says being overweight in midlife also raises the risk of Alzheimer’s disease, and at an earlier age. [1]

Researchers at the National Institutes of Health announced that being...

Natural Society - 2015-10-02 - Original post - cached version

Researchers from the University of South Carolina and North Carolina’s Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center have developed a brain prosthesis designed to help dementia sufferers and brain-damaged soldiers recapture their memories.

When sensory input is sent to the brain, a memory is...

Natural Society - 2015-09-17 - Original post - cached version

A new study suggests the terrifying possibility that Alzheimer’s disease could be transmitted from person to person through some medical procedures.

The study is small – 8 people – but it’s enough to make researchers question whether contaminated surgical tools might be capable of...

Natural Society - 2015-08-11 - Original post - cached version

We know that just enough coffee can perk you up, and too much coffee can keep you up. Now, scientists are saying that moderate amounts of coffee can improve your cognitive abilities.

People who consistently drink one to two cups of coffee per day throughout their lives and don’t...

Natural Society - 2015-06-27 - Original post - cached version

In a world where everyone appreciates a meal that’s both visually and gustatorily satisfying, the gourmet experts utilize just the right foods for zest and flavor. But where taste and display go hand in hand, one often forgets to give due credit to the salubrious properties of foods. Have you...

Natural Society - 2015-04-29 - Original post - cached version

There are really more than 10 reasons why yoga is so good for you, and the physical, psychological, and subtle benefits of this practice could fill books. But following is a brief highlight of some of the reasons you should consider adding yoga to your world. Here are 10 health benefits of yoga...

Natural Society - 2015-04-22 - Original post - cached version

If there is one thing everyone loves in this hectic society we’ve created for ourselves, it’s a nice nap. But like drinking coffee or a glass of wine, some people feel guilty indulging in an afternoon slumber. But the good news is that napping can actually have numerous positive effects on the...

Natural Society - 2015-03-19 - Original post - cached version

Until now, the development of Alzheimer’s was only thought to begin in late age, where proteins known as amyloid plaques begin to develop in the brain. But recent research suggests that the development of this brain-destructive disease may start in our early 20’s – finding that these proteins...

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