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How you breathe may affect your memory

According to a team of Swedish-based researchers, breathing through the nose may help memory storage and consolidation. These findings are published in The Journal of Neuroscience.  The way we breathe affects our memory in mysterious ways.  Recently, neuroscientists have been scrutinizing the link between smell and memory.  Some have suggested that a damaged sense of smell can predict dementia, and others have zoomed in on why that may be.  Read more...



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