Sunday, January 15, 2006

memory pill

Choline, a common vitamin found in eggs, fish, and lecithin, has often been called the "memory pill." Choline has been found to improve short-term memory loss and make its users "brighter." Researchers at the University of Massachusetts and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) are exploring uses of choline to improve memory and intellectual function in the senile.
Hanson, D. "Some Golden Years Have a Silver Lining," in Aging, Goldstein, E. C., ed. Vol. 2, Art. 5. Boca Raton, Fl.: Social Issues Resources Series, Inc., 1981.


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