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How Cortisol and Estrogen Levels Can Affect Concentration and Memory

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June 24, 2013
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Where in the world did you put those car keys?! Dr. Marianne Legato explains how the hormones cortisol and estrogen affect a woman's ability to concentrate and retain information.


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