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Exercise can boost your memory and thinking skills - Harvard

Moderate-intensity exercise can help improve your thinking and memory in just six months.

Happy days! More positive information on the benefits to the brain garnered from physical exercise! 499 more words


Molecule Could Be Used For Safe, Effective Anti-Aging Treatment; Harvard Researcher Says

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Would you like to live longer — maybe to 100 in good health?

It just might be possible.

A Harvard researcher said he’s found a safe and effective anti-aging molecule. 380 more words


Google Hopes This New Technology Will Make Artificial Intelligence Smarter

Google believes that the best way to improve artificial intelligence is new hardware technology.

The search giant debuted a new microchip on Wednesday tailored for certain types of artificial intelligence projects that require crunching enormous amounts of data. 597 more words


Which Doctor is Better for You- Older or Younger?

The question of whether an older physician is better than a younger one has been debated for years.  Older doctors bring years of experience, wisdom, consistency and predictability to their care.   349 more words


On Deciding to be a Second Year HHMI Med Fellow

This has probably been the longest hiatus I have taken from blogging since I started this a few years ago.

The time between February and today has been intense, wonderful, stressful and fun. 2,116 more words

Study: More Sleep, Coffee May Be Better Than Painkillers For Treating Chronic Pain

BOSTON (CBS) – Getting a good night’s rest or perking up with a cup of coffee may be a more effective way to treat chronic pain than turning to painkillers, … 172 more words


Man accused of killing two doctors in Boston penthouse had history of robbing banks, police say

BOSTON – A man accused of killing two engaged doctors inside the penthouse of a luxury Boston condominium building has a criminal history of robbing banks, said police, who did not provide a motive in the case but said the suspect most likely knew the victims. 353 more words