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The FTC noted this unsubstantiated claim printed in a newspaper ad: "Memory Pill Helps the Brain Like Prescription Glasses Help the Eyes ...
"Just give me a pill," Schiller crooned at one point, during the chorus of a song called "Memory Pill" "Wash away my memories ..."
A recent newspaper ad was titled "Memory Pill Does for the Brain What Prescription Glasses Do for the Eyes." Would that that were true.
Although Costa-Mattioli's memory pill may be years away from approval by the U.S.
A GENE mutation in mice brains could help scientists develop the first memory pill.
A GENE mutation in the brains of mice could help scientists develop the first memory pill. Researchers found they could alter the long-term memory of mice by tampering with the gene.
SCIENTISTS believe a memory pill could one day restore old folks' ability to learn and recall things.
"In the future," Tsien says, "pharmaceutical companies may come up with a memory pill."
Well, then here's your saviour-a "memory pill" that combats memory loss and help exam revision.
RESEARCHERS hope to create a memory pill to treat the mind wasting condition Alzheimer's Disease.
Now bio-scientists are predicting that in 10 years they will have a memory pill to stop your brain fraying at the edges when you get older.
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