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Giving a new twist to the phrase “graveyard shift,” a new study from a team of European researchers has found that working odd hours can dramatically age the brain.
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A new study explains that active and healthy people are more likely to have better attention spans than those with sedentary lifestyles.
“Our study is timely as the United States population continues to rapidly age and researchers try to identify factors that could decrease memory and thinking problems in older adults,” said Robert S. Wilson, PhD, study author and neuropsychologist at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago.
Obesity has been associated with cognitive decline, characterized by a deterioration of mental abilities that involve memory, language, and thought-processing speed.
Adolescents become smarter because they become mentally quicker.
Mice trained to improve their working memory become more intelligent, suggesting that similar improvements in working memory might help human beings enhance their brain power.
Study results to be published in the April 2009 issue of the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society show that computerized brain exercises can improve memory and lead to faster thinking.