WHAT TO REMEMBER, WHAT TO FORGET

THERE'S A LOT of discussion these days about what people are remembering—and what they'd like to forget. New mind-and memory-enhancing medications and therapies are attracting the attention of students and employees, according to csmonitor.com. They want to achieve better grades and give better on-the-job performances. But some observers are concerned that this could obligate people to take drugs in order to compete for academic recognition and even employment or promotions (see "Pill wars: Should we use drugs to boost our brains?" www.csmonitor.com/2009/0515/p13s01-ussc.html).

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