New study of NIH funding allocations suggests potential efficiency gains

Everyone knows that strawberries and blueberries are good for you. Now a new study by researchers at Brigham and Women's Hospital (BWH) has found that eating as little as two servings of flavonoid-rich strawberries and/or blueberries a week can delay memory decline in older women by over two years. .. Continue Reading Berries can keep your brain sharpSection: Health and WellbeingTags: Aging, Brain, Memory, Women Related Articles: Can testosterone improve cognition in older women? Increasing magnesium intake can boost brainpower - at least in rats New Spray Impacts Perception of Age - takes an average six years off a woman's age Robotic strawberry pickers could be on the way The price of happiness Surprise, surprise - new study finds that men and women respond differently to sexual stimuli

New study of NIH funding allocations suggests potential efficiency gains

Researchers suggest that application of Nobel-prize-winning portfolio theory could provide objective funding allocations that would improve risk/reward trade-off in years of life lost.

Wed 2 May 12 from Medical Xpress

Berries can keep your brain sharp

Everyone knows that strawberries and blueberries are good for you. Now a new study by researchers at Brigham and Women's Hospital (BWH) has found that eating as little as two servings of flavonoid-rich ...

Sun 29 Apr 12 from Gizmag

Eating berries may slow brain's decline

BERRIES FOR BRAINS: Women who eat blueberries and strawberries experience slower mental decline with age than women who consume fewer of the flavonoid-rich fruits, according to a US study.

Thu 26 Apr 12 from ABC Science

Eating more berries may reduce cognitive decline in the elderly

Blueberries and strawberries, which are high in flavonoids, appear to reduce cognitive decline in older adults according to a new study published today in Annals of Neurology, a journal of the ...

Wed 25 Apr 12 from Medical Xpress

Can portfolio theory save lives?

NEW YORK (Reuters) - With U.S. biomedical research under assault by everyone from patients to Congress for turning so few scientific discoveries into treatments, a leading finance expert says ...

Wed 2 May 12 from Reuters

Berries reduce memory loss, so don't forget to eat them

]]>Summer's coming and fresh berries (and berry-related products) along with it. Turns out eating those berries can actually delay memory loss, so don't feel bad for your third helping of blueberry ...

Sun 29 Apr 12 from Dvice

Are you eating these brain-saving foods?

You eat an apple a day to keep the doctor away. But you might want to eat a serving of blueberries after that Granny Smith, too. Consuming flavonoid-rich foods and beverages like berries, nuts, ...

Mon 23 Apr 12 from FOXNews

Why Women Need Berries, and Don't You Forget It

Fri 27 Apr 12 from Emaxhealth

Berries keep your brain sharp

Boston, MA--Berries are good for you, that's no secret. But can strawberries and blueberries actually keep your brain sharp in old age? A new study by researchers at Brigham and Women's Hospital ...

Fri 27 Apr 12 from Biology News

Eating Berries Might Help Preserve Your Memory

By Serena GordonHealthDay Reporter THURSDAY, April 26 (HealthDay News) — Regular consumption of berries, such as blueberries or strawberries, may help keep your brain functioning well ...

Thu 26 Apr 12 from Health News

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