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DEMENTIA signs in the early stages can be difficult to identify, particularly because the disease can affect people differently. Many people may experience memory loss from time to time, but when is a person’s loss of ability to remember information a symptoms of dementia?
Rams’ 32-year-old head coach might have an even more impressive photographic memory than LeBron James
HBO/YouTube Los Angeles Rams’ head coach Sean McVay might have a more impressive photographic memory than LeBron James. In an interview with HBO, McVay was asked about three scenarios from last season and correctly answered what play happened next during those sequences. McVay joked that he could only remember football plays so well because it’s […]
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DEMENTIA diets involve eating healthily to help prevent the condition and avoid memory loss. Eating foods found in the mediterranean diet could prevent dementia.
Dementia may be prevented by eating a mediterranean diet. That’s according to several health websites and a host of scientific studies. Rich in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, fish and, of course, olive oil, eating this southern european diet could reduce the risk of memory loss and prevent the condition. “Research suggests the mediterranean diet may […]
DEMENTIA could be prevented by making changes to your diet. Eating this aquatic food, which is an essential part of healthy meal plans such as the Mediterranean diet, could help you avoid gradual brain decline.
Researchers find that when working memory gets overburdened, dialog between three brain regions breaks down. The discovery provides new support for a broader theory about how the brain operates. https://media.wired.com/photos/5b18cc9a44335046642e411e/master/pass/BrainJuggling_2880x1220-2880×1220.jpg