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THE WASHINGTON POST

Memories are made of... what?

Eric Niiler talks about the human brain to a scientist who is working to build a prosthetic memory device.

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You spend 10 hours a day on the phone?

We use our smartphones a lot, and you hear people say they're addicted to them, but is it truly addiction?

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Stay calm and avoid dementia?

Endless worrying won't just give you sleepless nights - it could also raise your risk of Alzheimer's.

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Antidepressant may slow plaque buildup
May 19 2014 at 12:10

Scientists report more evidence that a certain antidepressant may cut the development of brain plaque implicated in Alzheimer's disease.

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‘I controlled anxiety and you can too’
May 16 2014 at 14:22

Columnist Sarah Vine tells how Generalised Anxiety Disorder changed her life...

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Anxiety dogs many women - poll
May 15 2014 at 11:59

More than one in five British women say they suffer from anxiety most or all of the time.

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Apathy in old age ‘a sign of dementia’
May 14 2014 at 12:02

Losing interest in hobbies in old age could be an early sign of dementia, say scientists.

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What you can do to help a self-harmer
May 12 2014 at 12:03

When a teenager deliberately hurts him or herself, it is a sign there are deeper problems that need to be addressed, writes Dr Anand Ramphal.

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How brisk walking boosts a woman’s brain
May 8 2014 at 11:57

A study found that in women with early memory problems, aerobic activity increased the size of the hippocampus.

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Problem gambling all in the brain?
May 6 2014 at 14:49

If you can't resist the chance to gamble, blame your insula.

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Lab clue to caffeine benefit on Alzheimer’s
May 6 2014 at 13:47

Researchers say they had found evidence to back theories that drinking caffeine has a preventive effect on Alzheimer's disease.

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