Neurology

Boosting histamine levels helps long-term memory



A new study finds that taking a drug to boost histamine levels could improve cognitive performance, specifically in tests of long-term memory. But the research found that only those with lower memory scores before the histamine increase saw improvements, not those who already had a strong memory.

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