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Health and medical - Brain, cognition

Expert advice on healthy eating for brain health, boosting brain power, improving memory and cheating brain ageing.

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High intensity brain boost

Even short bursts of exercise are good for your brain...

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Healthy ageing: The link between memory loss and...

Q My mother has significant memory problems and forgets to...

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What is type 3 diabetes?

Experts have identified a new kind of diabetes, type 3,...

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Gaps in eating disorder understanding

You may have come across a story circulating this week...

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Constant cravings

If you experience food cravings you’re by no means alone....

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Brain-loving nutrients

Keeping our brain healthy means good things for the rest...

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Memory matters

Gillian Eadie, managing director of the Memory Foundation, shares how...

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Food for brain power

Here’s something to think about: eating leafy greens, dark orange...

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Could you swap your medication for trainers?

GPs prescribing exercise and other non-clinical activities is on the...

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How to help when eating is scary

Extreme picky eating, or ARFID, is an eating disorder that...

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‘Middle-age spread’ affects memory

Lose the belly fat and boost brain function seems to...

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How to pass exams: Eat blueberries

New research out of the UK found a short-term memory...

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A guide to fish oil supplements

Does your desire to maintain brain, joint and heart health...

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Portion distortion: How big is your plate?

Can the size of your plate affect how much you...

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Using senses promotes vege eating in preschoolers

Sensory-based food education of three to five-year-old children increases their...

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Brain-boosting yellow foods

Research at the University of Illinois has found that children...

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Extra exercise benefits…

… for your brain We’ve long known that brain training can...

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Too much salt bad for mouse brains

A high-salt diet can impair cognition in mice, according to...

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