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How Scientists Are Learning To Shape Our Memory
The next treatment for trauma could be spotless minds.
Brain-Enhancing Drug Shown to Greatly Improve Mouse’s Memory
A new drug that blocks a stress-provoked immune molecule in the brain can dramatically improve memory and learning abilities in...
Controversy Should Not Stop Us From Developing Memory-Erasing Drugs, Neuroethicist Argues
Less than three weeks from now marks the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, one of the most...
Instant Expert: Rebuilding Human Minds
Scientists hope to strengthen aging brains by tweaking the behavior of DNA
Cell Phone Radiation Reverses Alzheimer’s and Boosts Memory in Mice
Scientists say the electromagnetic radiation from cell phones may lead to non-invasive Alzheimer's treatments
The Perfect Cram Drug? Scientists Identify Single Enzyme To Fix The Memory Of a Tired Brain
We’ve all been there, late at night and early in the morning, forcing any and every last morsel of knowledge...
For the First Time, Scientists Photograph Memories Being Formed
Long-term memories are formed by proteins in brain cells
The Spotless Mind
A routine heart drug shows promise as a way to blunt bad memories