Tag Archives: Memory

Diet tips for students: Three best foods to eat to sharpen memory and boost performance during exams

It’s important for students to eat a healthy diet that will fuel their body, boost performance in the class or exams. Here are some of the best foods that can help boost memory and focus. Diet tips for students: 3 best foods to sharpen your memory  |  Photo Credit: Thinkstock New Delhi: There’s no denying the fact that diet plays a vital ... Read More »

LG Q6+ launches in India with extra memory

After a month-long wait, the LG Q6+ was officially launched in India. It’s the same bezel-less mid-ranger as the regular Q6 but you get more memory (at a higher cost, of course). The Q6+ is available now with 4GB of RAM and 64GB storage, putting it closer to the G6 flagship. However, the performance chasm between the two remains – Snapdragon 435 just ... Read More »

6 weird things making you lose memory

Feburary 08, 2017 1/7Things making you lose memory 0 We all have been told often what is good for your body is also good for your mind. That’s the reason doctors say that a well balanced diet and exercise is good for the brain and helps considerably in bringing down the risk of Alzheimer’s disease as you age. However, there ... Read More »

Skyrocketing memory prices may get worse before getting better

The price of desktop RAM keeps on going up, and the disappointing trend is expect to continue for a good chunk of 2017. Right now, the best price you’re going to find for 2 x 8GB desktop DDR4 RAM modules on Newegg is about $73. But if you want something from a larger brand like G.Skill or Corsair, expect to pay ... Read More »

Researchers create wild ReRAM memory chips that store data and act like a processor

Computer scientists in Singapore and Germany have collaborated to create a resistive RAM chip that not only stores data but can act as a computer processor. The breakthrough uses state-of-the-art memory chips known as Redox-based, resistive switching random access memory (ReRAM) and could lead to much faster and thinner mobile devices. Today’s computers must transfer data from the memory storage ... Read More »

Inhale through nose to enhance memory: Study

A recent study reveals that inhaling through nose heightens memory and response to fearful stimuli, whereas the effects disappear while mouth breathing. The study was published in the Journal of Neuroscience. According to Northwestern Medicine, the rhythm of breathing creates electrical activity in the human brain that enhances emotional judgments and memory recall. They found that individuals were able to ... Read More »

Women have sharper memory than men: Study

Women have sharper memory than men: Study Proving the notion wrong, that man are more intelligent and have sharper memory, a recent study found that middle-aged women outperform age-matched men on all memorymeasures. However, the research further suggested that the memory of women declines as she enter post-menopause. Women report increased forgetfulness and”brain fog” during the menopause transition. source”cnbc” Read More »

Aerobic Exercise May Ward Off Memory Decline In Elderly

erobic exercise (also known as cardio) is physical exercise of low to high intensity that depends primarily on the aerobic energy-generating process. The study by researchers at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, showed that those who exercised had a small improvement on the test of overall thinking skills compared to those who did not exercise. In addition, ... Read More »

Vitamins A, C Help Erase ‘Memory’ In Stem Cells: Study

Vitamins A, C Help Erase ‘Memory’ In Stem Cells: Study Health | Press Trust of India | Updated: October 14, 2016 15:53 IST    by Taboola  Sponsored Links  Sponsored Bored Of Your Breakfast. Here’s Some Scope To Fun Eating (GAIA) Discover Hong Kong like Sanjeeda and Aamir. Come Win a Trip now! (DiscoverHongKong) EMAIL PRINT COMMENTS Vitamins A, C can ... Read More »

Memory Loss Not Only Indication In Alzheimer’s Diagnosis

Researchers should not rely on the clinical symptoms of memory loss alone to diagnose Alzheimer’s disease because there could be other indicants of the neurodegenerative disease that do not initially affect memory, says a new study. There are more than just one symptom of Alzheimer’s disease. These could be language problems, disruptive individual behaviour and personality disorder — even judgement ... Read More »