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Memory Loss (INACTIVE)

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  • Book review: 'Before I Go to Sleep' by S.J. Watson

    S.J. Watson's debut novel, "Before I Go to Sleep," is a brilliant, nasty noir. It drags you down into deep, dark and disturbing waters. It entertains while touching on complex questions of the meaning of identity and memory. A young woman wakes up in bed...
  • Digging for Data

    Long before Europeans settled here, Pacific Coast tribes knew to avoid eating shellfish when the waves sparkled at night. Their folk wisdom was sound science. The toxic algae responsible for paralytic shellfish poisoning light up seawater with...
  • The legacy of 'H.M.'

    The legacy of 'H.M.'
    In the Era of Alzheimer's, when more of us are living long enough to develop dementia, loss of memory is perhaps the most dreaded mental disability, but there is some consolation in that it usually accompanies advanced age. Imagine a man -- a young man --...
  • Alzheimer's cocktail? Don't get too intoxicated, experts say.

     
    Expert opinion has begun rolling in on the study suggesting a cocktail of nutrients may help delay or reverse some of the memory loss that comes with Alzheimer's disease. Don't put an umbrella in that drink yet, they say: It's......
  • Henry M. dies at 82; victim of brain surgery accident offered doctors key insights into memory

    For 55 years, he was known to the world at large only as HM or Henry M., the survivor of brain surgery that went catastrophically wrong, leaving him with a form of amnesia that prevented him from collecting any new memories and living in a pre-1953 world....
  • Does Juvenon work as an anti-aging supplement?

    Does Juvenon work as an anti-aging supplement?
    The products: Age-defying products that target wrinkles or gray hairs are missing one of the real driving forces behind aging. Over the years, cells throughout the body lose mitochondria, tiny powerhouses that provide energy for all sorts of vital...
  • Sleeping pill use grows as economy keeps people up at night

    Sleeping pill use grows as economy keeps people up at night
    Lost jobs and lost careers. Promising businesses in shambles. The college acceptance letter returned to its envelope. This is how President Obama recently described the effect of the tanking economy on ordinary Americans -- and the stresses keeping them...
  • Mold

    By the time Geneva Nunnally discovered the bulge in her bathroom wall in June, she had been experiencing headaches, frequent nosebleeds and a sore throat off and on for about a year. It didn't occur to the interior designer that the doughy bathroom wall...