It’s no secret that our ability to remember things dulls as we get older. Now researchers have some clues about why that happens.
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Digital books are lighter and more convenient to tote around than paper books, but there may be advantages to old technology.
Passing on a second helping of dessert may not only maintain your waistline but also your memory.
Put aside the crossword puzzles and push the ginkgo biloba pills to the back of the shelf. The key to better memory may lie in three letters: ERC.
Can’t remember people’s names but can rattle off phone numbers without a hitch? There’s a reason for that