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Brainteaser Sudoku Games On Mobile Phones

New Delhi: Sudoku, the new-age avatar of the ubiquitous crossword puzzles, is all set to conquer Indian mobile phones. "Starting next week, Airtel will introduce this popular puzzle to its subscribers on their handsets. // The application will be the first to be available on any mobile phone in...

Can mental training games help prevent Alzheimer's?

...rding to Belleville, the principles of intellectual stimulation aren't false, but their efficiency haven't been scientifically proven. She argues that sudoku and crosswords could work just as well. Yet there are programs that exist that have been proven to benefit seniors and Alzheimer's victims, accord...

10 Surprising Facts About Using Brain Training to Fight Dementia

... brain fitness programs that self-adjust the level of challenge for different ability levels. 7 -- Cross-training counts. Focusing solely on bridge, sudoku or any other single activity will not exercise all of the cognitive domains considered necessary to keep brains agile. Combining activities that addre...

Solving Puzzles Could Boost Brain Power

...potential way to improve sensory processing by reducing older adults' susceptibility to distracting stimuli," Mozolic said. Crossword puzzles, sudoku and similar highly focused task could help us keep our minds young, the study suggests. ...

Mental exercises reduces brain ageing

...me cells (the "givens"). Each row, column and region must contain only one instance of each numeral. This mental exercises increases logical thinking. sudoku initially became popular in Japan in 1986 and attained international popularity in 2005. Aerobic exercise makes your heart breath harder, and the...
SuDoKu in Biological News

CSHL scientists harness logic of 'Sudoku' math puzzle to vastly enhance genome-sequencing capability

...ndreds of samples for sequencing. "In theory, it is possible to use the sudoku method to sequence more than a hundred thousand DNA samples," says CSHL Pro...individuals who carry disease-causing mutations. The advantages of DNA sudoku The mixing together and simultaneous sequencing of a massive number of...

Eat chocolate, drink wine, add fun to life: SLU geriatrician shares secrets of staying young

...min to act like a hormone, because it helps the body absorb calcium, which strengthens bones. Exercise your brain to keep your mind sharp. Tackle a sudoku puzzle, play video games, turn off the television, practice working mental math problems, treat signs of depression that can cause memory problems, en...
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