Saturday, January 26, 2008

Headgear that could reverse Alzheimers?


According the Daily Mail, British neuroscientists found that exposing middle-aged mice to infrared light for six minutes a day help to improve their performance in a cognitive tasks. The prototype cognitive helmet, a futuristic looking headset, is scheduled to be tested in the human trials starting this summer. The rest of story here.

2 comments:

Kelly Hills said...

Oiy - here's hoping it works on the rest of us needing performance boosts in cognition, too!

wreese said...

Amen to that, Kelly!