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Posted at 9:25 AM ET, 12/20/2010

Marilu Henner: Remembering all the days of her life

By Melissa Bell
Marilu Henner
Marilu Henner (Jim Cooper/AP)

If you could remember every day of your life, would you want to? All the heartbreak, all the boredom, all the belly-aching laughs? For some people, Sept. 17, 1989, is just a date when something, somewhere probably happened. To a handful of people, they can remember the day as if it were yesterday, down to what they were wearing and by how much the Steelers lost. This ability -- superior autobiographical memory -- affects just a handful of people, but the group has some Hollywood glitter, thanks to Marilu Henner, the actress made famous by the sitcom "Taxi." Don't remember "Taxi?" Henner does, every single day of it. Here's the story of Henner and four other people blessed (or cursed?) with endless memory:

By Melissa Bell  | December 20, 2010; 9:25 AM ET
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