Wait, I forgot, can you tell me again?.
I hope this breakthrough in medical science becomes a reality soon because it could change the world in a monumental way. www.vancouversun.com/health/Discovery+could+lead+memory+enhancing+pill+realm+science+fiction/5873583/story.html
Science fiction? Maybe not. New research out of the U.S. holds out the hope of a superhuman assist for failing memories — and a badly-needed new therapy for Alzheimer's patients.
The study by researchers at the Baylor College of Medicine in Houston — led by neuroscientist and former McGill University postdoctoral fellow Mauro Costa-Mattioli with contributions from a couple of Canadians — found suppressing a molecule called PKR in the brains of mice improved the rodents' memory function and learning abilities.
The link was from a Yahoo! article talking about this pill becoming a possible cure to Alzheimer's Disease as well as supercharging memory. There was a study not that long ago that suggested that the elderly are smarter than they act and the reason it's not properly displayed by most of them is because their brains are working so damn fast that they can't keep up with themselves. Imagine a pill that could stimulate those pathways to give older folks more focus and an easier time managing their thoughts. Not only that, but if it can enhance learning abilities in younger people, that ADD bullshit can finally be put to rest. I'm really excited about this!