A new University of California study found older adults’ brains forget more because of poor coordination between memory-saving brain waves during deep sleep.
A new University of California study found older adults’ brains forget more because of poor coordination between memory-saving brain waves during deep sleep. M. Spencer Green AP
A new University of California study found older adults’ brains forget more because of poor coordination between memory-saving brain waves during deep sleep. M. Spencer Green AP

Memory falters with age. Sleep is the culprit — and could be the cure, study finds

December 18, 2017 07:28 PM