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Please Sign: Australia: Ban Electroshock Therapy for Children!
Health & Wellness  (tags: children, electroshock therapy, ECT, Australia, Dr. Peter Breggin, Victoria Mental Health Bill, Brain Damage, memory loss, parents' rights )

Susan
- 1953 days ago - thepetitionsite.com
In Australia, a Tribunal can override an adult's decision not to undergo electroshock therapy. But far worse, it can also force this therapy on children against parents' wishes. Some suffer permanent brain damage and even die from the treatment.
How Remembering to Eat Your Celery Could Halt Memory Loss
Health & Wellness  (tags: remembering, celery, memory loss, people, food )

Anna
- 3200 days ago - dailymail.co.uk
A taste for celery is one that many people never acquire, but scientists have just given them a reason to eat it.They have discovered that a chemical found in high concentrations in celery - and in peppers - could halt memory loss as we get older.
Daily Pint of Blueberry Juice 'Could Help Stop Memory Loss', Study Suggests
Health & Wellness  (tags: memory loss, health, blueberry juice, study, research )

Sophie
- 3469 days ago - telegraph.co.uk
According to the study of pensioners with signs of dementia, the fruit was found to sharpen recall, even when memory had started to fail.
Daily Pint of Blueberry Juice 'Could Lubricate the Memory'
Health & Wellness  (tags: blueberry juice, memory, memory loss, health )

Leslie
- 3469 days ago - dailymail.co.uk
A pint of blueberry juice a day could help reduce memory loss.Research has shown that the fruit helps sharpen recall, even after memory has started to fail.
Can Grape Juice Help Bring Back Your Memory?
Health & Wellness  (tags: grape juice, memory, scientists, memory loss, health )

Leslie
- 3512 days ago - dailymail.co.uk
Drinking purple grape juice can reduce or even reverse memory loss, scientists claim.
The Incredible Shrinking Brain
Health & Wellness  (tags: memory, forgetfulness, aging, Alzheimer's, memory loss, brain exercise )

RC
- 4040 days ago - nytimes.com
A look at aging baby boomer forgetfulness and how to head it off. Um...what did I just say? LOL!
Eating Fish, Omega 3 Oils, Fruits And Veggies Lowers Risk Of Memory Problems
Health & Wellness  (tags: memory loss, dementia, Alzheimer disease, omega-3, omega-6, humans, risks, fish, fruits )

Eduardo
- 4269 days ago - medicalnewstoday.com
A diet rich in fish, omega-3 oils, fruits and vegetables may lower your risk of dementia and Alzheimer disease, whereas consuming omega-6 rich oils could increase chances of developing memory problems.Omega-6 rich oils include sunflower or grape seed oil.
   

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