As is shown in Table 1, the relationship between age and the score for cognitive function
was significant (older age was associated with reduced cognitive function
), and so was the relationship between communication abilities and cognitive function
(limited communication abilities were associated with reduced cognitive function
The association between midlife blood pressure levels and late-life cognitive function
Our goal as a company is to make these training exercises available to everyone who can benefit from them-and as the studies pile up showing they work in different populations, we look forward to helping millions of people who would like to improve cognitive function
for any one of a number of reasons.
People with high levels of NT-proBNP had significantly worse results on all three cognitive function
tests, compared with those who had low levels.
Past adult lead exposure is associated with longitudinal decline in cognitive function
However, little is known about population-wide cognitive function
before a mild traumatic brain injury and whether low cognitive function
is a risk factor.
Editor's Note: Mechanisms for EPA and DHA in maintaining cognitive function
are well known, and include the fatty acids' anti-inflammatory and brain cell membrane-stabilizing properties.
These patents protect Magtein's unique magnesium compositions and its use for any magnesium L-threonate-containing food, nutritional supplements and drugs for enhancing cognitive function
or ameliorating the effects of a neurological disorder.
22, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- A new study shows that doing brain training exercises is more effective at improving cognitive function
than performing knowledge games, like crossword puzzles.
Exercise should be considered adjunct therapy in Parkinson's disease because it improves cognitive function
in patients when not on medication," lead study author Jeffrey R.
The mean change of cognitive function
from baseline did not differ between the active-treatment and placebo groups.
MENDOZA, ARGENTINA -- Many studies show that light to moderate drinkers have better cognitive function
than do abstainers--particularly in old age--Dr.