Police officers at risk of memory loss after physical exertion
Metro News: Just 60 seconds of adrenaline-pumping activity can ‘seriously damage’ their recollection of the event, according to UK scientists. They say forgetfulness is often triggered by high-energy events like chasing a suspect. Lorraine Hope
Just 60 Seconds of Combat Impairs Memory
Just 60 seconds of all-out physical exertion in a threatening situation can seriously damage the memories of those involved for many details of the incident, according to a new study of police officers. Police officers
Why police officers can forget
Belfast Telegraph: Extreme physical exertion in a threatening situation lasting just 60 seconds can “seriously damage” the memories of those involved, according to a new study of police officers. Police officers, witnesses and victims of
Can playing World of Warcraft make you smarter?
Los Angeles Times: World of Warcraft, the world’s most popular multiplayer role-playing game, can definitely help you kill time, but can it also make your brain work better if you are of relatively advanced age?
The Write Diet: Lose Weight With Just 15 Minutes and a Journal
The Atlantic: Can losing weight really be as simple as a 15-minute writing session? It worked for a group of women who recently took part in a psychological study. But it depends on what you
Writing the Pounds Away the Right Way
Shape Magazine: We all know that tracking your food and workouts is proven to help with weight loss , but what about journaling what’s important to you? Can the simple act of writing down what