Health Facts Plus: Memory

Health Facts Plus: Memory

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Brain Uses Past to Peer into Future (01/03/2007, HealthDay)

Uric Acid Blood Check a Marker for Dementia (01/02/2007, HealthDay)

Brain-Training Keeps Age-Linked Mental Decline at Bay (12/19/2006, HealthDay)

From the National Institutes of Health

Forgetfulness: It''s Not Always What You Think (National Institute on Aging)Also available in Spanish Understanding Memory Loss (National Institute on Aging) - Large PDF file

Types of Memory (Harvard Medical School, InteliHealth)

Alzheimer''s Disease Info: Questions to Ask the Doctor (Administration on Aging) Memory Loss: Symptoms That Should Trigger an Evaluation (Harvard Medical School, InteliHealth)

Improving Memory and Treating Memory Loss (Harvard Medical School, InteliHealth)

Gingko (National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine)

Agnosia (National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke) - Short Summary Dissociation and Dissociative Disorders (Mental Health America) Forget What You Heard about Amnesia (InteliHealth) Reversible Causes of Memory Change (Harvard Medical School, InteliHealth) Right Hemisphere Brain Damage (American Speech-Language-Hearing Association)

Questions and Answers about Memories of Childhood Abuse (American Psychological Association) Seeking Solutions to "Chemo-Brain" (American Cancer Society)

ClinicalTrials.gov: Amnesia (National Institutes of Health) ClinicalTrials.gov: Memory Disorders (National Institutes of Health) ClinicalTrials.gov: Memory (National Institutes of Health)

Untreated Hypertension Can Lead to Memory Loss by Cutting Down on Blood Flow to the Brain (04/26/2005, American Academy of Neurology)

How Memory Works (Harvard Medical School, InteliHealth)

National Institute of Mental Health National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke National Institute on Aging

Eldercare at Home: Memory Problems (AGS Foundation for Health in Aging) Memory Loss with Aging: What''s Normal, What''s Not (American Academy of Family Physicians) Also available in Spanish

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The primary NIH organization for research on Memory is the

National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke

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Date last updated: 04 January 2007 Topic last reviewed: 12 September 2006