Memory.

The Internet Is Actually Replacing Our Own Memory

The Huffington Post | Sophie Gallagher | Posted 17.08.2016 | UK Tech

Having Wikipedia on hand to resolve that argument in the pub might be useful, but it’s actually changing the way our memory works. Researchers have...

Man Left With 10-Minute Memory After Suffering Cardiac Arrest

The Huffington Post | Natasha Hinde | Posted 11.08.2016 | UK Lifestyle

A father-of-two has been left with a 10-minute memory after suffering a cardiac arrest - where the heart stops pumping blood around the body - more th...

A Trip Down Memory Lane

Kamontip Evans | Posted 08.08.2016 | UK Lifestyle
Kamontip Evans

The new academic year will soon be upon us. Some parents will see their child head off for university. You may look at this as freedom-at-last: your child will be leaving home, allowing you to do what you have longed to do all these years. Some of you will fear the empty nest syndrome. And for others, possibly most, a mixture of both.

Endometriosis: Why You Have More Options Available To Help Your Symptoms Than Just Surgery

Dr. Ahmed Ismail | Posted 05.08.2016 | UK Lifestyle
Dr. Ahmed Ismail

Did you know.... 10% of women worldwide suffer from Endometriosis? That's a shocking 176 million. Yet, despite this, very little is known about the c...

Cinnamon Can Improve Poor Learning Ability, Scientists Claim

The Huffington Post | Sophie Gallagher | Posted 13.07.2016 | UK Tech

You might want to consider adding cinnamon to your breakfast tomorrow, as a new study reveals the spice can actually help your ability to learn. The R...

Exercising Four Hours After Learning Can 'Boost Memory'

The Huffington Post | Natasha Hinde | Posted 17.06.2016 | UK Lifestyle

Exercising four hours after learning something new could help you remember it, according to a new study. Researchers found that physical exercise impr...

Documentary Films, Mass Killing and the Urgent Need to Remember

Julia Wagner | Posted 17.05.2016 | UK
Julia Wagner

We urgently need documentary films about events that took place in the 1940s, 50s and 60s globally and locally, now because of the threat to living memory. Soon we will only be able to document new information from the sons and daughters of the era. And if I can't even recall my actions or find my notebook from three years ago, what hope do we have on a national or international scale of remembering the past?

Teen Stuck In '50 First Dates'-Style Memory Loss After Rugby Tackle

SWNS | George Bowden | Posted 13.05.2016 | UK Universities & Education

A sports-mad teenager has been left with almost total memory lossafter suffering concussion during a rugby game. Sam Tai, 17, has been diagnosed with ...

Smelling This Popular Herb Could Improve Memory

The Huffington Post | Natasha Hinde | Posted 27.04.2016 | UK Lifestyle

If your memory is a little lax, you might want to start growing rosemary in your home. (Or at least invest in some diffuser oil.) Researchers at North...

Sentimental Overload: Moving Out of Your Childhood Home

Jemma Pietrus | Posted 18.04.2016 | UK Universities & Education
Jemma Pietrus

I've been in this bedroom since I was five. It's gone through multiple makeovers. From white walls with fairy images and glow in the dark stars; to an ocean blue with seahorse wall-paper and tween posters of tween crushes; to a very sophisticated beige and brown for the latter years.

Want To Know If You Have 'Photographic Memory?' This Test Will Tell You

The Huffington Post | Nitya Rajan | Posted 15.03.2016 | UK Tech

Wouldn't life be a lot easier if you could look at your to-do list once and remember it for the rest of the day? Eidetic memory, the medical term for...

Who Else Still Secretly Keeps a Diary?

Chloe Cox | Posted 14.03.2016 | UK Universities & Education
Chloe Cox

Those were just a few of the reasons for why I personally choose to keep a diary. I'm sure other people have better, more logical motives but I would still totally recommend it. It's definitely a worthwhile thing to do, and the best part about it is there's no binding contract. You can write in it as constantly or as infrequently as you want. It's your diary, your life! Be proud; I intend to keep a diary for the rest of my life!

Five Motivational Tips to Improve Memory

Andrew Cunningham | Posted 16.12.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Andrew Cunningham

Make sure you spend more time applying yourself to the task of improving your memory than telling yourself you cannot do it. Memory relies on repetition, so repeat the learning bit not the calamitous bit.

The Art of Moving On

Aaron Vallely | Posted 10.12.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Aaron Vallely

One can change their city. One can change their friends. One can change their job. One can change their hairstyle. What one cannot do, is change their experience.

Can Hypnotherapy Really Help You to Forget Unwanted Memories?

Andrew Cunningham | Posted 09.12.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Andrew Cunningham

You could argue that some memories should remain painful, to keep us morally upright, that the pain of experience serves a purpose to remind us of our humanity. This is an important consideration.

A Scientifically Proven Trick For Remembering Someone's Name

The Huffington Post | Kate Bratskier | Posted 09.10.2015 | UK Lifestyle

Even the greatest listeners can have trouble remembering a new acquaintance's name. It happens to the best of us, and for some reason, it's terribly e...

Why Memory Competitions Aren't Memorable

Nelson Charles Dellis | Posted 10.09.2015 | UK Tech
Nelson Charles Dellis

In a world where there's a competition for practically every single oddity, for some reason memory competitions (the one you might think to be the most relevant to the ordinary person) get no love. Why?

Mitigating Trauma Amongst Genocide Survivors and their Children and Grandchildren

Noam Schimmel | Posted 23.08.2016 | UK
Noam Schimmel

In the case of Holocaust survivors, in Europe and North America it was only in the late 1970s and 1980s that society slowly and sometimes hesitantly became willing to hear and increasingly receptive to their narratives of pain, loss, and rebuilding of their lives.

Why A Good Night's Sleep Could Help You Ace An Exam Or Meeting

PA/ The Huffington Post UK | Posted 27.07.2016 | UK Lifestyle

Last-minute swotting for an exam before going to bed might be a good tactic for students, according to new research on the benefits of "sleeping on it...

American WWII Veteran's Tearful Plea

Yumiko Sato | Posted 10.07.2016 | UK Lifestyle
Yumiko Sato

After the funeral I said good-bye to George and thanked him for sharing his memories with me. He shook my hand tightly. His eyes were filled with tears.

Digital Amnesia: How Much Do You Ask Of Your Digital Device?

David Emm | Posted 30.06.2016 | UK Tech
David Emm

We ask a lot of our digital devices, and treat them like an extension of ourselves, so perhaps it is time to show them the same level of care. We may rely on our memories, but our memories also rely on us.

Why Taking Your Kids Outside Could Improve Their Memory

The Huffington Post UK | Amy Packham | Posted 17.06.2015 | UK Parents

Children exposed to more green spaces and natural scenery as they growing up have better attention and improved memory skills, according to a new stud...

How Drinking Orange Juice Could Improve Brain Function

The Huffington Post UK | Rachel Moss | Posted 18.05.2015 | UK Lifestyle

If you're over the age of 60, you may want to include orange juice in your morning routine more often. According to new research, drinking just on...

Five Years of Cringe: What I Watched, as Revealed by my Excruciating Teenage Diary

Julia Wagner | Posted 28.06.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Julia Wagner

When I read my diary now, I'm amazed to see how regularly I have noted influential programmes. My memory fails me many details, but the diary provides specific examples of what I watched. I don't really want to go back in time. But I can re-view what I watched then. Rewind and remember.

Ode to Love (or My Father)

Jane Fuller | Posted 22.06.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Jane Fuller

I think if a child is loved and they know they are loved they will always be happy. It is a fundamental knowing that sustains you for the rest of your life - whatever happens. I wish and hope that every child could have that kind of foundation of love - the world would know peace.