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Beating Odds (and Oz) Despite a Strained Brain

Recovering from a stroke—an attack on the brain—is a tough way to run for the U.S. Senate. The most indelible story of the recent midterm election, other than what appears to be a rejection of election denial and most candidates running on that premise, might be called the Ballad of John Fetterman. It revolved around the stroke that befell him just four days before the May Primary from which he emerged with the Democratic nomination for one [...]

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When Memories Become Easier to Forget

“Our birth is but a sleep and a forgetting,” Wordsworth wrote. Life can become that way if you’re around long enough. Memory is one of the casualties of aging. It’s nothing to be alarmed about — unless it adversely affects your relationships with others, job performance or functions critical for independent living. Sure, sometimes it takes you longer to come up with a name than it used to. Sometimes it takes hours, even days, but you’ll come [...]

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By |2022-01-24T09:09:54+00:00March 3, 2021|Aging, Memory, Mild Cognitive Impairment|
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