A new UCLA study presented at a Society for Neuroscience
conference last week found that gingko biloba improves memory
among people suffering from age-related memory impairment.
Researchers at the UCLA Neuropsychiatric Institute found
significant improvement in verbal recall among a group of people
with age-associated memory impairment who took the herb gingko
biloba for six months, as compared to a group that received a
Positron-emission tomography revealed that subjects taking gingko
biloba had improved recall which correlated with better brain
function in key brain memory centers.
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