A Stimulating Environment To Protect Your Brain

A recent study by Harvard researcher Dennis Selkoe suggested new findings on the brain mechanisms activated by stimulating environments. The team exposed mice for a longer period of time to an enriched environment. The results showed that the activation of certain adrenalin receptors allowed to prevent amyloid beta protein from "weakening the communication between nerve cells" in the hippocampus. This very part of the brain plays a major role in short and long-term memory.
Source: http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/201303031306134224.htm

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