June 2012 Issue
Research Roundup: June 2012
Eating blueberries, strawberries and other berries may prevent age-related changes in the brain like loss of memory and motor control. In a review of cellular, animal and human studies on the topic, scientists found that high levels of antioxidants in berries protect cells from harmful free radicals and even alter the way brain neurons communicate, preventing inflammation that can damage neurons.
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