Nutrition Health Review

FALL 2017

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19 Fall 2017 • Volume 117 It's Sudoku Time! Exercise that big brain of yours. Puzzle 1 Puzzle 2 Puzzle 3 Puzzle 4 Answer key on pg. 23 REFERENCES 1. Winblad B. Piracetam: A Review of Pharmacological ProperƟes and Clinical Uses. CNS Drug Reviews. 2005;11(2)169–182. 2. Israel L, Melac M, Milinkevitch D, Dubos G. Drug therapy and memory training programs: A double-blind randomized trial of general pracƟce paƟents with age-associated memory impairment. Int Psychogeriatr. 1994;6:155–170. 3. Croisile B, Trillet M, Fondarai J, Laurent B, Mauguière F, Billardon M. Long-term and high-dose piracetam treatment of Alzheimer's disease. Neurology. 1993;43:301–305. 4. MacLellan L. The science behind the 15 most common smart drugs. Sept 20, 2017. Quartz. hƩps://qz.com/1064224/the- science-behind-the-15-most-common-smart-drugs/. Accessed Dec 12, 2017. 5. Höƫng K, Röder B. Beneficial effects of physical exercise on neuroplasƟcity and cogniƟon. Neurosci Biobehav Rev. 2013 Nov;37(9 Pt B):2243–57. 6. Reynolds G. Which Type of Exercise Is Best for the Brain? Feb 2016. The New York Times website. hƩps://well.blogs.nyƟmes. com/2016/02/17/which-type-of-exercise-is-best-for-the-brain/. Accessed Dec 12, 20-17. 7. Hsu CL, et al. Aerobic exercise promotes execuƟve funcƟons and impacts funcƟonal neural acƟvity among older adults with vascular cogniƟve impairment. Br J Sports Med. 2017; Epub ahead of print. 8. Blacker KJ, et al. N-back versus complex span working memory training. Journal of CogniƟve Enhancement. 2017;1(4):434–454. 9. Wilson RD, et al. Life-span cogniƟve acƟvity, neuropathologic burden, and cognitive aging. Neurology. 2013;81(4). 10. Oei AC, Patterson MD. Playing a puzzle video game with changing requirements improves executive functions. Computers in Human Behavior. 2014;37:216–228.

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