Men More Likely to Experience Memory Problems than Women

According to a recent research, mild cognitive impairment, which occurs with aging, is more common among men. People who experience mild cognitive impairment have problems with short-term memory and difficulty keeping conversations flowing. Several indicators include misplacing items or remembering what they want to say. The study used to compile the article concludes that men are 1.5 times more likely than women to experience mild cognitive impairment (MCI), which frequently leads to Alzheimer’s disease. Ronald Petersen, MD, Ph.D. from the Mayo Clinic was in charge of executing the study. Peterson and…

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Memo Touch, tablet designed for people with memory problems

Technology should always be at the service of mankind and to lead a comfortable life as well as help to overcome the barriers imposed on us by health problems or accidents. Fortunately, technological advances not only allow us to perform tasks more easily and meet our needs but tend to democratize over time. The boom in rushing tablets suggests progress as we are today: a tablet specifically designed to help in their daily lives both individuals with memory problems and their carers. That’s Memo Touch, Android-based tablet that not only aims…

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