Pulses to the brain bring memory gains

Cooperation in regions of the brain improves associations between words and faces

MIND MELD  Precisely placed magnetic pulses to the head encourage brain regions to work together and can boost a person's memory, a new study finds.

Erin White/Northwestern Univ.

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