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Editor's Note
Rules of Evidence.
When you reach for that bottle of ibuprofen to fight your headache, how do you know that it will work? More important, how do you know it won't kill you?  Read On >>

Jet Lag May Harm Memory
Repeated bouts of jet lag may harm an area of the brain important to memory...  Read On >>

Putting Ginkgo to the Test
We don't know yet whether ginkgo biloba prevents or treats Alzheimer's disease. Why not?
In the premiere issue of Memory Loss & the Brain, we took a critical look at research on the alleged memory-enhancing effects of ginkgo biloba...  Read On >>

Depression and Memory
One of the cardinal signs of depression is memory impairment. Recognizing the connection can be the first step toward treatment.
At its worst, depression leaves few corners of the human mind unscathed. Many people suffering from this chronic illness lose their appetites...  Read On >>

Patient Profile
Dancing with Parkinson's
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Memory Tip #4
As we age, most of us occasionally forget where we've left the car keys or the car itself. This is annoying, but it is not usually a sign of serious memory impairment...  Read On >>

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