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Living Color = Living Memories
 
The Remains of the Day
Sleep and Memory: At night, does the brain replay the day's events in order to form long-term memories?
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The New Alzheimer's Drugs
Exelon and Reminyl are the latest, but are they the greatest? Doctors are waiting to be convinced."
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Gas Attack: Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
  Mona Hopkins has been sniffing out the trail of destruction in the brain from a colorless, odorless killer. " Go to Article >>
 
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Use it or Lose it
 
 
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Monday March 4, 2002
Brief Exercise Improves Mental Performance In People With Lung Disease   A single, short burst of moderately intense exercise improves memory and mental performance in people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
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Monday March 4, 2002
Severity of Alzheimer's Symptoms Drives Cost of Care   Researchers at the University of California-Los Angeles have found that both caregiver and patient health care costs for Alzheimer's disease can rise to over $30,000 for a six-month period. Early treatment may improve patients' quality of life and lower costs. Go to Article >>
 
Monday March 4, 2002
New Technique Detects Early Onset of Alzheimer's Disease   UCLA scientists have created the first technique to image the onset of Alzheimer's disease in the living brain, before the disorder attacks brain cells. Go to Article >>