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Blueberries really are a superfood: they improve long-term and short-term memory. Dr. Krikorian explains the whys, hows, and how muchs of blueberries.
fMRI sounds pretty scientific, right? But it turns out that plenty of scientific results, backed by fMRI data, may be unreliable.
What you should eat, take, and do according to three months of interviews with neuroscientists and doctors.
Dr. Terry Wahls talks functional medicine, ketosis, and implementing the Wahls Protocol in practice.
Ketamine has quite the reputation as a club drug. But research is showing its promising potential as a treatment for severe cases of depression.
Rapamycin, derived from bacterium found on Easter Island, could help you live longer. Dr. Kaeberlein explains the science behind rapamycin, and how he’s using it to help man’s best friend live longer.
Dr. Andrew Scholey talks to us about his research on Ginseng, including the optimal dose and ways in which Ginseng out-performs Modafinil.
Jesse talks to Dr. Lucy Cheke about the memory-imparing consequences of obesity.
Jesse talks to Dr. Richard Wurtman about Souvenaid, a new medical food that seems to slow the progression of Alzheimer’s Disease.
Good news for chocoholics: People who eat a small amount of chocolate at least once a week perform better cognitively.
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