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Thank You, Brain, For All You Remember
What You Forgot Was My Fault
By W. R. (Bill) Klemm, D.V.M., Ph.D.
How many students want to make better grades? How many working adults want to look sharp? ... impress? ... have an impact? How many “baby boomers” are frightened by the discovery that their memory is starting to slip? How many elderly are tired of being embarrassed and inconvenienced by their failing memory?
Be as smart as you can be. Improving your memory makes you smarter. Not many people know your IQ score. They judge how smart you are by how much stuff you know. And how much stuff you know depends on how good your memory is.