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Aging and normal memory lapses

After age 50, many people have occasional trouble remembering names, appointments, and other details. The small memory lapses that occur with age aren't usually signs of a problem like Alzheimer's disease. Instead, they are the result of normal changes in the structure and function of the brain.  …

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