Online brain training ‘helps older adults with everyday tasks’

‘The BNA is the organisation that brings together people from different disciplines who wouldn’t otherwise talk to each other.’Professor Dame Uta Frith, UCL – winner of the BNA’s ‘Outstanding Contribution to Neuroscience Award’, 2013. 03 Nov 2015 – Brain training – playing online games that give memory and reasoning skills a workout – is beneficial for older people, a large-scale study has concluded. Researchers at King’s College London found the mental exercises kept minds sharp and helped people with everyday skills such as shopping and cooking.  Photo: Science Photo Library. Read Full Story The news items shown on the BNA website are articles and interviews published in a range of media.  Unless stated, they are not generated by the BNA. Similarly, the opinions expressed are those of the individuals quoted…


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