Non-Invasive Laser Light Therapy Could Improve Short-Term Memory by Up to 25 Percent

In a study published on December 2 in the journal Science Advances, laser light therapy has been shown to be effective in improving short-term memory.

Laser light therapy, which is non-invasive, could improve short-term, or working memory in people by up to 25 percent. This is according to new research demonstrated by scientists at the University of Birmingham in the UK and Beijing Normal University in China.