Electrical jolts to brain restored memory of elderly to that of 20-year-old

Ken BellLTC News

arsTECHNICA (04/09/2019) – Gentle jolts of alternating current to the brain restored the waning working memories of older adults (aged 60 to 76 years old) to performance levels seen in younger adults (aged 20 to 29)—at least for a little under an hour. Full story »