” There’s an old sort of myth out there, if you put something in your mind it shoves another piece of information out…. Not only is that not true, but actually the more information you put up there, you more you have that capacity of remembering” Joshua Foer, Author of Moonwalking With Einstein. […]
It’s the day after Easter, and the first crocus shoots have ventured tentatively above the ground at the convent on Good Counsel Hill. This is Minnesota, however; the temperature is 23[degrees]F and the wind chill makes it feel far colder.
Dementia is most often thought of as a memory disorder, an illness of the aging mind.
The number of people with dementia globally is estimated to nearly double every 20 years, according to a report released Monday for World Alzheimer’s Day. Much of the growth will be fueled by longer life spans and population growth, especially in developing nations