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28 Nov Train your brain

Problem-solving exercises, brain training methods, and even video games could all have a positive, negative effect, or no effect at all on concentration, depending on which study you read. Frequently doing crosswords could help to improve attention and concentration. Recent research has indicated that people who often...

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28 Nov Sound body, sound mind

Physical activity, dietary choices, and weight are all factors that can contribute to how well you function and your concentration levels. For example, if you skip breakfast, it is unlikely that by lunchtime you will be able to perform tasks to the best of your...

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28 Nov Nature can help you focus

In the information overload age, being able to focus and keep your attention on the task at hand can be a struggle. But while concentrating can sometimes be a challenge, but steps can be taken to enhance your ability to concentrate. On an average day, Americans...

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28 Nov Make your bed

Our environment plays a significant role in how well we are able to concentrate. It is known that by decluttering your home or tidying your desk, your mind also feels more orderly, free, and able to think more clearly. You can make changes to your environment...

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28 Nov Can Malaria weaken cancer?

Chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine are drugs that are used to treat malaria, but a new review suggests that they may have another purpose: treating cancer. Two antimalarial medications could also help to treat cancer, a new review suggests. The research — which reviewed more than 190 studies investigating...

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04 Nov Well, they tried

It's a bold claim: the brain regrows vital neuronal connections after a person in the early stages of Alzheimer's disease sips a daily nutrient drink. Cognitive decline slows down. But that's not what the latest study found. More than 5 million people are affected by Alzheimer's...

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