The Doctors discuss, along with psychiatrist Dr. Domenick Sportelli, the case of a woman in the UK who after hitting her head was diagnosed with a type of amnesia where she can’t retrain any memories or new information.
The Doctors share the results of a study which claims exercising can help streamline your brain and help you to learn a new task.
Most people think taking a ton of photos will help you remember a moment but ER physician Dr. Travis Stork shares that a new study says the act of taking a photo impairs your ability to remember an event or a memory.
Does snapping a photo to share on social media actually hinder your memory of the experience? A new study has some shocking findings regarding the need to document our lives.
You might want to open the blinds, turn on the lights and get some sunshine! The Doctors discuss how a recent study found that spending too much time in dimly lits areas may change the structure of the brain.
The Doctors discuss a “brain chip” designed to manipulate memories. Makers of the chip hope to help those with degenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s. But could it also be used to erase bad memories?
The Doctors share a tip that just may help improve your memory.
You have heard of white noise, but find out the reported benefits of pink noise.
Journalist and author Maria Shriver joins The Doctors to talk about the Women’s Alzheimer’s Movement, which she founded.
The Founder of the Women’s Alzheimer's Movement joins The Doctors to spread the word about her work to fight Alzheimer's disease and her coloring book, “Color Your Mind.”