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memory

the part of a COMPUTER that stores information. The two main types of computer memory are RAM (Random Access Memory) and ROM (Read Only Memory). HARD DISKS and FLOPPY DISKS provide additional memory capacity for storing computer programs and data.
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Zain speaking on behalf of one of the groups said that forgetfulness, attention deficit, academic problems, problems in planning, fear of being a poor mother, negative thinking, fatigue, avoidance, hopelessness and impaired memory were some of the symptoms which they could pick up on the narration of this patient.
The most consistent observation following manipulation of serotonin levels in human and animals is that low extracellular 5-HT levels are associated with impaired memory functions [12].
In severe poisoning brain leads to anxiety impaired memory restlessness and coma.
And yet, back in 2005, Sally suffered from a brain injury so severe that she was left with an impaired memory and other long-term effects that changed her life overnight.
Children of divorce, researchers say, often enter adult life with an impaired memory No one knows for sure why their childhoods seem less vivid.
Other symptoms include exercise intolerance, profound weakness and fatigue, muscle pain and impaired memory, which in many cases make patients disabled for years.
Impaired memory is a key symptom of dementia and the subject of "Memory and Communication Aids for People With Dementia", a 224 page compendium by Professor Michelle S.
com)-- Rear Page Information: A police detective wakes up in a hospital bed with a bullet wound to the chest and an impaired memory.
2012 Dec;16(15):2092-101, Studies on the effects of aspartame on memory and oxidative stress in brain of mice, found impaired memory performance and increased brain oxidative stress by repeated aspartame administration.
COLD sores may increase the risk of impaired memory and thinking skills, research suggests.
7 Decreased 5-HT levels, on the other hand, have been associated with impaired memory functions.
Studies of children with cerebral malaria show that cognitive deficits, such as impaired memory, learning, language, and mathematical abilities, persist in many survivors long after the infection itself is cured.