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Study: Ginkgo biloba doesn’t improve memory, executive function, or attention in healthy people

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Ginkgo biloba doesn’t improve memory, executive function, or attention in healthy individuals, according to “Is Ginkgo biloba a cognitive enhancer in healthy individuals? A meta-analysis,” published by Human Psychopharmacology: Clinical & Experimental. Read more.

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