Archive | May, 2013

Clench the right hand for better memory

When people take an IQ test, they may not realize how simple actions, like clenching a hand, affect their cognitive abilities. However, based on a new study from scientist Ruth Propper and colleagues from Montclair State University, making a fist with the right hand may improve memory. In this study, which appears in the open access journal […]

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Heart disease risk factors linked to cognitive decline

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention states that several factors can increase people's risk of developing heart disease. Making poor dietary choices, failing to stay in shape and consuming excessive amounts of alcohol are all behaviors that could lead to heart disease. Individuals who engage in any of these behaviors and take an IQ test may […]

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