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New Studies Examining Positive Connections Between Diet Rich in Wild Blueberries and Better Brain Health
Date:5/10/2013

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Age-Related Memory Decline 
Researchers at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, led by Robert Krikorian, are continuing studies investigating the effects of blueberry supplementation on age related memory decline, brain function and structure, and biological markers associated with neurodegeneration. These studies build on earlier Krikorian research (link below) studying whether Wild Blueberry supplemented diets improved memory function and mood in older adults with early memory decline.
(http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20047325)

Improved Cognitive Performance in Young Children
There has been a great deal of research focused on how compounds in Wild Blueberries impact adults. Now, new studies are looking at children and the link between blueberry-containing diets. Following consumption of a blueberry rich drink, children ages seven through nine showed interesting changes in cognitive performance including evidence of improvements in recall and certain aspects of attention. Researchers at the University of Reading in England will publish their results later in 2013.
(http://www.reading.ac.uk/pcls/people/claire-williams.aspx)

Hearing
Most people do not often connect hearing loss with brain function, but in fact, significant hearing impairment is related to the way the brain processes signals. Because of this brain connection and what researchers already know about the potential of compounds in Wild Blueberries to improve brain health, researchers are studying the effects of frozen Wild Blueberries on hearing and cognition in older adults.
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