Changes in Sleep Habits in Mid-Life Can Accelerate Cognitive Decline

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Length of sleep among middle aged adults affects cognitive function.

If you wanted to spend your retirement years sleeping until noon before drinking your first cup of coffee, you might want to weigh that luxurious dream against its consequences…. Such a change in your sleep habits may just leave you with not a lot on the ball.

 

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tDCS Helps Repair Brain Damaged By Stroke

tDCS Helps Repair Brain Damaged By Stroke

Mild noninvasive electrical current to brain could help stroke patients 

A simple, inexpensive device that delivers electrical current to the brain noninvasively could help stroke patients recover lost motor ability. According to a new study, the treatment–transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS)–in combination with occupational therapy boosted recovery better than either treatment on its own.

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Jojo – GPS For The Visually Impaired

Jojo - GPS For The Visually Impaired

 

I think the feeling of independence has no parallel. And this same feeling is valued to great heights by people with some physical impairment. We have products for everything, be it luxury or survival, but I wonder whether a device has hatched to take care of the blind single-handedly, without seeking the presence of well-wishers.

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