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You Can Stop Dementia: Cognition and Strength Returns!

You Can Stop Dementia: Cognition and Strength Returns!
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Boost Memory / Moods with Sage Herb (Proven)

Boost Memory / Moods with Sage Herb (Proven)

For thousands of years, sage has been used in Greek and European medicine to treat a myriad of conditions. These range from intestinal problems to lung and airway conditions, heart disease and circulation problems. It’s been used to treat inflammatory… Continue Reading

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Dietary Choline’s Effect on Memory Loss, Dementia & Alzheim

Dietary Choline’s Effect on Memory Loss, Dementia & Alzheim

Dietary Choline’s Effect on Memory Loss, Dementia & Alzheim By Dr. James Meschino, DC, MS, ND Hi, I am Dr. James Meschino. I want to talk to you today about Dietary Choline and its relationship to the prevention of memory… Continue Reading

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People with Alzheimer’s tell us memories they never want to forget | People Describe | Cut

People with Alzheimer’s tell us memories they never want to forget | People Describe | Cut

What’s one of your first memories? One of my first memories? Huh. Um, let’s see. I remember…uh… I must have been four years old. Oh, yeah. I was two or three at least. It was a beautiful day. I remember… Continue Reading

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Wearable technology that records memories

Wearable technology that records memories

This is Neo Mohsenvand. He’s a scientist who constantly records his life. It sums up to 18 hundred hours of video. But it’s not just video, he’s also recording his feelings – using these devices, which he wears every day.… Continue Reading

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What’s It Like To Have No Memory?

What’s It Like To Have No Memory?

Hey there, welcome to Life Noggin. “Memory… is the diary that we all carry about with us.” So says Miss Prism in The Importance of Being Earnest. It’s a pretty accurate metaphor. Memories hold our secrets, our feelings, and our… Continue Reading

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Memories: They’re part of our Heritage

Memories: They’re part of our Heritage

(piano music) – Is that pretty cozy? – Hi, I’m Katie. – Katie, nice to meet you. I’m Joyce. – Good to meet you. – How did you meet your husband? – At Grand Rapids Junior College, in English Lit.… Continue Reading