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Research on the links between memory and emotion may hold the key to preventing post-traumatic stress disorder.
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Alzheimer's Disease: Not All In The Family

In most cases, genetic testing for Alzheimer's disease does not offer clear answers. But if you have a relative with dementia. genetic counseling could help to allay fears.

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Profile: Memory Fitness for Life
  Worried about those embarrassing memory slips? The good news is that you can improve you memory skills at any age. Cynthia Green, Ph.D., the Jack LaLanne of memory fitness, can show you how.
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