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Learn about memory loss and more serious diseases. Also, find some good resources for coping and ways to prevent memory loss.
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Find a list of current drug therapies for the treatment of memory loss. A short description of each drug is given.
Daily tasks are sometimes so overwhelming that memory loss can be a problem. Discover some foods that can boost your memory and keep you sharp.
The jury is still out on whether estrogen is an effective treatment for memory loss. Read about some studies that support both sides of the debate.
These seven suggestions have been shown to reduce and even reverse memory loss caused by the normal aging process.
Looks like your daily Starbucks addiction could pay off. A recent study shows that three cups of coffee a day might help with memory loss in women.
Find out the difference between long-term and short-term memory loss, as well as question to ask your doctor if you are showing symptoms.
If you think you might be suffering from short-term memory loss, then take this quiz to know if you should see a doctor.
There are many causes of memory loss, both minor and serious. Find links to a variety of memory loss causes and descriptions of each.
Before you diagnose yourself with Alzheimer's disease, take heart: Experts say some memory loss is normal.
Download this pamphlet to get great information on memory loss, from mild to severe. Also find some excellent pointers on coping with memory loss.
Some memory loss is normal. However, there are some signs that indicate more serious conditions. Find a list of signs that aren't a part of normal aging.
When you go to see your doctor about memory loss, he or she will perform a thorough examination and medical history. Look here for some potential questions.
Memory loss causes anxiety, which makes recall even harder. Here's a simple, inexpensive way to counter the problem by putting your "habit memory" to work.
This Yale University study offers hope for patients with age-related memory loss and disorders, such as Parkinson's and Schizophrenia.
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