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Article imageJoe Graedon - August 28, 2023
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Can Your Medicine Cause Confusion or Memory Loss?

What do you call brain fog--confusion, forgetfulness or memory loss? It can be devastating! Do some drugs increase the risk of dementia?

Joe Graedon - June 12, 2023

Lyrica (Pregabalin) Side Effects Include Confusion and Brain Fog

Joe Graedon - May 22, 2023

Can Statins Cause Memory Loss and Transient Global Amnesia?

Terry Graedon - March 30, 2023

Do Blueberries Help Older People with Memory?

Joe Graedon - June 24, 2021

Do Statins Affect Memory or Scramble Your Brain?

Joe Graedon - February 22, 2021

When Vitamin B12 Deficiency Causes Mental Confusion

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Joe Graedon - January 20, 2020

Global Amnesia Is A Very Scary Statin Side Effect

Have you ever heard of transient global amnesia (TGA). It is a temporary loss of memory that can last for hours. Are statins associated with attacks of TGA?

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Joe Graedon - January 17, 2020

Pomegranate Juice Is Good for Your Brain, Based on Science

There is growing evidence that pomegranate juice can help control inflammation in the body. That could mean that pomegranate juice is good for your brain.