How could 10 witnesses have all said they were certain a defendant was the perpetrator of the crime, when DNA testing later proved that he was innocent?
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Ever forget where you put your keys? Researchers say memory troubles are common as you grow older, but they aren't necessarily an inevitable part of a...
Historically, studies have equated forgetfulness with old age. Indeed, when someone misplaces something like their car keys, people generally refer to...
If you have just opened your refrigerator and wondered why you didn't see your deodorant or toothbrush sitting on the shelf, you may find the following tips handy.
My mother, who's 72, has become very forgetful lately and is worried she may have Alzheimer's. Is her forgetfulness really something we should worry about? What should we do?
The age wave of seniors at risk for Alzheimer's disease isn't a U.S. phenomenon. A considerable economic burden augments the emotional and practical challenges we face worldwide.
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