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Are You Forgetful?

Failing to remember certain things is not necessarily a sign of decline. In fact, it may be a feature—not a bug—of the human mind, one that helps us remain focused on our survival.
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What Do We Remember?

By Natalie C Tronson Ph.D.

Why a failure to remember everything is a feature, not a bug, of memory systems.
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How to Maintain Memory

By Wayne Jonas M.D.

Learn five ways to maintain your memory while you get older.
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Waking Up Lost and Confused

By Ira Hyman Ph.D.

The moment of waking up confused can help us understand Alzheimer’s.
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What Day Is It?

By Randy Kulman Ph.D.

Four ways to use technology when memory fails.