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This is huge. Seriously. It's the biggest thing to come out of USC since Paul Salata. Ever heard of the USC Viterbi School of Engineering? Neither have I. But here is all you need to know. This week, researchers at the school published a study in...
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The Aberdeen Memory Loss Family and Caregivers support group will meet at 1 p.m. Wednesday at the Aberdeen Recreation and Cultural Center, 225 Third Ave. Personnel from Stanford Hospital will speak, and there will also be time for questions. The group's...
Orlando SentinelThe loud crack of Thomas Evans' first concussion startled even those on the sidelines when the high- school freshman jumped up to bounce a soccer ball off his head. Instead, he found his teammate's skull with an ear-splitting whack. Thomas doesn't...
McClatchy TribuneIf I told you I had a drug that could improve memory, grow new brain cells, allow those brain cells to connect and help you live brain-sharp as you live longer, would you knock down my door or pay a lot of money? Author Sue Halpern says she has the...
Q13 FOX NewsA missing teen from our state has been identified after being picked up in New York City reportedly with amnesia. Turns out she's from a small town on the Kitsap Peninsula. There's a lot of relief from neighbors like Erica Whitbeck that Peterson was...
KTLA NewsNEW YORK -- New York City's child welfare authorities say they're taking care of a teenage girl with a rare case of complete amnesia. She showed up, disoriented and unresponsive, at the gate of Covenant House, a shelter for children who have no family...
Authorities have identified the young woman found wandering in Times Square. The 18-year-old was reported missing earlier this month on the West Coast. The female (photographed) was found without any ID two weeks ago outside the Covenant House shelter on...
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Staff reporterIn a press conference at Swedish Medical Center Friday, the man referred to as 'Jon Doe' insists he doesn't know his identity. Hospital officials and police are just as baffled. They are trying to piece together the little memories he has. The man...
ReporterNew developments in the case involving a man who was found in Seattle's Discovery Park with amnesia. Authorities think he's Edward Lightheart, but he doesn't remember the name and prefers John Doe. He says this Wednesday he's expected to move out of his...
Staff reporterA bizarre mystery involving a woman with amnesia, our state and the city of Houston has police baffled. A 34-year-old woman walked into a Houston hospital May 3rd clutching only her keys. She had no idea what her name is or what happened to her....
The Theater LoopTHEATER REVIEW: "Number of People" â Â½ Through April 11 at Piven Theatre Workshop, 927 Noyes St., Evanston; Tickets: $25 at 847-866-8049 or www.piventheatre.org. Starring Bernard Beck. In the last act of âCarousel,â it is observed that no one is...
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