Infamous self-own captured on film during questioning over fraud accusations against Trump University.
I found myself answering the door with a blank look on my face and no knowledge of the person standing in front of me
"How is this moment meant to be archived -- neatly seated amongst memories and eulogies?"
"The only problem is, I can't remember what I've forgotten".
You’re more likely to remember something if you read it out loud, a study from the University of Waterloo has found. Researchers
The U.S. debate over Confederate statues will look familiar to a lot of nations.
If you’re prone to leaving your brolly at home, listen up. The next time you hear about the possibility of rain on the weather
Revolution necessitates talk of insurgency and transformation - this is not the most evident narrative with which state power should wish to engage. Yet elsewhere we can see lively discussion of the potentialities of history and possibilities for change that any discussion of 1917 should evoke. Not only in this year, but in those to come the impacts of the dual revolutions can give people much pause for thought - both in Russia and elsewhere.
Dad can't make memories like you and me, so I make them for him with the posts I share on Instagram. I wanted to capture the happy moments to show that, although dementia changes the way he does things, it doesn't prevent him from doing them completely at this stage. He is still the person we have always loved, he is still my dad.
As a workshop facilitator, I know how important it is to get names right. It's easier to encourage a person to make a breakthrough with their learning when I can say, 'Wow, Elsie, that was amazing' rather than 'Wow, you at the back with the striped top, you're doing great.'
Britain’s biggest health food chain says sales of rosemary have almost tripled during exams season after researchers claimed
'It’s like I’ve lost my husband – his body is there, but he’s not inside.'
A woman who has been happily married for more than 30 years has been left devastated after her husband forgot her. Christine
Apart from anything else, these memories for experience - our autobiographical memories - can only ever be constructed from our perceptions of what happened, which may well differ from someone else's.
A new genetic test has been developed to predict if people are likely to be diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, and even
Shakespeare immortalised the beauty of a woman in his sonnet: Shall I compare thee to a summer's day? Over 400 years later