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    Reviewed by Christopher Melinosky, MD on November 17, 2021



    Food for the Brain: "Cognitive Function Test."

    Washington University in St. Louis: "Executive Function Performance Test."

    Alzheimer's Association: "Cognitive Assessment."

    Ohio State University: "Self-Administered Gerocognitive Examination."

    National Institute of Aging: "Forgetfulness: Normal or Not?"

    Harvard Health Publishing: "Is an underlying condition causing your fuzzy thinking?" "6 simple steps to keep your mind sharp at any age,” “Vitamin B12 deficiency can be sneaky, harmful,” “Use everyday habits to keep your brain in good shape.”

    Fiona Gupta, MD, director of wellness and health in the department of neurosurgery at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York, NY.

    Arthritis Foundation: “Fibro Fog.”

    Frontiers in Physiology: “Caught in the Thickness of Brain Fog: Exploring the Cognitive Symptoms of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.”

    University Hospital Network/Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation CA: “Cancer Related Brain Fog.”

    Mayo Clinic: “Memory loss: 7 tips to improve your memory,” “Memory loss: when to seek help.”

    PLoS ONE: “Can volunteering in later life reduce the risk of dementia? A 5-year longitudinal study among volunteering and non-volunteering retired seniors.”

    University of Washington Medicine: “Living

    with Memory Loss.”

    Alzheimer’s Society (U.K.): “Coping with memory loss.”

    Alzheimer Europe: “Everyday tasks.”

    American Association of Sleep Technologists: " BiPAP (Bilevel positive airway pressure) or CPAP Therapy?"

    University of Pittsburgh: "Why Does Organizing Help with Anxiety?"

    Piedmont Health: "Why Routines are Good For Your Health."

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