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Rituals: The Benefit Of Putting Up Holiday Décor Early

Rituals such as decorating for the holidays are indeed healing and in some ways can give you back the sense of personal identity that’s been forced out during the pandemic.

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Older Adults Share Fewer Memories As They Age

By the time people reach a certain age, they’ve accumulated enough life experience to have plenty of stories to tell about life “back in their day.”

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Oh, The Things We Remember From Decades Ago!

What’s your earliest childhood memory? I’m continually amazed at some of the stuff I can recall from when I was a kid, or inconsequential details from 30 or more years ago.

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Facebook plays role in boosting memories of things past

Are you the type that posts to Facebook every time you go out to eat or take a trip. If so, you may be helping to preserve your memories.

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Flipping a light switch recovers memories lost to Alzheimer’s

This finding suggests that impaired retrieval of memories, rather than poor storage or encoding, may underlie this prominent symptom of early Alzheimer’s.

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Memoirs offer lessons worth sharing

Before the advanced degrees, money, and accolades, he was just a kid growing up farming cotton with seven siblings, his mother, and his father, who was the son of an ex-slave in Mississippi.

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