Chicago Tribune

Editorial: Can memory improvement be just a zap away?

You stride purposefully into the living room and then ... your mind goes blank. You can't remember what you planned to do.

Or you memorize a short grocery list. But when you arrive at the supermarket all you can recall is yogurt. What else were you supposed to buy?

Then there are

Stai leggendo un'anteprima, registrati per continuare a leggere.

Altro da Chicago Tribune

Chicago Tribune7 min letti
'How Lucky Am I?': For Matt Nagy, A Fateful — And Chicago — Connection To Coach K Has Proved Energizing
CHICAGO - A day after the Bears defeated the Packers last December, clinching the NFC North championship in exhilarating fashion, a lifelong fan in North Carolina reached out to Halas Hall with a request to speak with Matt Nagy. Chicago native Mike K
Chicago Tribune4 min letti
Paul Sullivan: Now The Pressure Is Really On The White Sox To Sign A Frontline Starter
SAN DIEGO - Before getting a record nine-year, $324 million deal from the Yankees for pitcher Gerrit Cole on Tuesday night, agent Scott Boras dished out one of his patented strained metaphors, saying "major league teams are like birds" during the off
Chicago Tribune3 min letti
Phil Rosenthal: Nike's Swoosh Placement On The Front Of MLB Uniforms Is Garish But Unavoidable
Swoosh, there it is. The Nike logo is getting slapped on the front of all Major League Baseball jerseys next season, whether fans like it or not. It's a fashion statement, to be sure, and the loudest response to that statement is an exasperated "Ugh.