A visitor walks among the concrete blocks in the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe in Berlin on Jan. 26, 2017.
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The United States is once again grappling with what to do about public symbols of the Confederacy as they become rallying points for white supremacists. The debate intensified this month after a woman...
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The transition from sleep to wakefulness is far from instantaneous.
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Brain training games can help boost memory and reduce the problems associated with the very earliest stages of dementia, such as forgetting where your car keys are, according to a new study. Researche...
Sorry, boss. I need another hour of sleep before I come to work.
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Sherlock Holmes’ ‘Mind Palace’ is real, and it actually works.
Because it's never fun forgetting someone's name.
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Alzheimer's is synonymous with memory loss ― an affliction most of us struggle to wrap our heads around. But the disease impacts those who suffer from it, along with their families and caregivers, in...
It reveals a lot about human perspective.
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Pills to prevent cognitive decline are in the works. Here’s the latest—plus, some tips for staying sharp until they’re on the market.
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Gene Wilder gave us the golden ticket to childhood. In his role as Willy Wonka he created a sense of nostalgia and a magic for a time gone by, a sense of longing for childhood that went with him and cannot be replaced.