With people worldwide living longer, marketers are seizing on every opportunity to sell remedies and devices that they claim can enhance memory and other cognitive functions, without much evidence they work.
With people worldwide living longer, marketers are seizing on every opportunity to sell remedies and devices that they claim can enhance memory and other cognitive functions, without much evidence they work. PAUL ROGERS NYT
With people worldwide living longer, marketers are seizing on every opportunity to sell remedies and devices that they claim can enhance memory and other cognitive functions, without much evidence they work. PAUL ROGERS NYT

Getting older? Be wary of marketers selling memory boosters

June 01, 2015 10:00 AM

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