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Overdose Memorials during an Epidemic by SuboxDoc Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook use by teens, with a focus on Florida.  The memorial page – or more accurately pages– are quite moving.         ...
Use Your Senses to Combat Short-Term Memory Problems with Multiple Sclerosis by stuart Patient Expert The information found here was written by: Julie Stachowiak, Ph.D., About.com Guide to Multiple Sclerosis Tuesday January 12, 2010 I could deal with the frustration of the cognitive dysfunction that comes with my mult
On the Scent: The Memory Connection by L.S.Fisher Patient Expert Our sense of smell is a door that opens our memories. Sometimes the actual scent can be elusive, while the memory is strong. Yesterday, I walked into a room and for some reason it reminded me of a funeral home...
Memories by Dave M. Healthy Living Professional above; the earliest picture I have of myself. Taken in 1936 the year I was born. I have a memory from about the same time the picture was taken. I know that sounds strange or even impossible, but this memory...
Ah, sense memories... by Molly G. Patient Expert Don't ask me how it started, but The Kid and I just got done with a house-wide water-wing soccer tournament. I have no idea why, when or how the water wings found their way in to the living room. I just saw them on the floor
Does Anesthesia Cause Dementia or Memory Loss in the Elderly? by Bob DeMarco Patient Expert memory loss in persons already living with Alzheimer's and dementia? By Bob DeMarco... . There is a second issue that can cause confusion. The issue Does anesthesia hasten memory loss in person...
Repeated anesthesia in youth may impair memory, kill stem cells in brain by Dr. John Z. Medical Doctor - There is a link between repeated anesthesia in children and memory impairment, though physical activity can help to form new cells that improve memory, reveals new research from the Sahlgrenska Academy at the University...
that is excerpted here: More Specific Strategies for Enhancing Memory and Reducing Memory Problems All students need to understand how their memory works and identify their particular profiles of memory...
The Bitch is Back! And I’m Still Standing! by Lynette Sheppard Registered NurseHealth Maven Supposedly, the sense that is the most evocative of memory is smell. And I can attest.... But I think that hearing might be a contender for top memory honors as well. Specifically when related...
Decoding short-term memory with ... by Dr. Rubens D. Medical Doctor , and they did not compare the pattern of activity during sensory processing and during memory... Decoding short-term memory with fMRI Experiments at the University of Oregon bring focus...

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