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Memory refers to the brain’s ability to process, store, and recall information. Age-related changes, head injuries, and certain medications may cause memory loss. Various strategies — like practicing mindfulness and playing brain training games — can improve your memory.

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Many countries around the globe are starting to roll out another booster of the COVID-19 vaccine but, with public interest waning and a sense of normalcy firmly installed in our minds, this may prove an ill-fated effort unless authorities can provide a coherent answer to the question “Is another jab really needed?” (The short answer is a firm “yes,” of course.)

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Heartburn is very common. Almost one-third of U.S. adults report experiencing heartburn recently. Thankfully, there are many medications available to relieve heartburn, and several are available over-the-counter (OTC). Keep reading to learn about the available OTC heartburn medications.

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Having a sore throat is becoming a dominant symptom of COVID-19 infection, with fever and loss of smell becoming less common, according to recent reports in the U.K.

The shift could be a cause of concern for the fall. As the main symptoms of the coronavirus change, people could spread the virus without realizing it.Read more…

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A high baseline intake of vitamin B12 is linked to lower risk of developing Parkinson’s disease (PD), new research suggests.

“The results leave the door open for the possibility that vitamin B12 may have a beneficial effect in protecting against PD,” lead author Mario H. Flores, PhD, a research fellow at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Boston, Massachusetts, told Medical News. Read more…

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people who use phosphodiesterase type 5 inhibitors (PDE5Is), a class of medications most often prescribed for erectile dysfunction, may run an increased risk of vision-threatening ocular conditions, researchers say. Read more…

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In January 2022, the FDA approved daridorexant (Quviviq) to treat insomnia in adults. It’s expected to be available in May 2022. Daridorexant is an oral tablet that you take about 30 minutes before bed. You should plan to devote at least 7 hours to sleep if you take daridorexant. Read more…

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You just got done working the late shift and have to be up early tomorrow morning. But you just can’t seem to fall asleep. And this isn’t the first time your work schedule has interfered with your sleep schedule. You’ve thought about taking over-the-counter (OTC) sleep aids or calling your healthcare provider about prescription sleep aids. Read more…

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In 2019, the estimated number of global dementia cases totaled 57.4 million. That number is expected to nearly triple by 2050. Given the predicted surge in incidence, and the lack of substantial treatment options, research into potential risk factors to help avoid the condition is being closely monitored. Read more…