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Memory lapses

As many as two-thirds of people age 50 and older notice greater difficulty remembering names, appointments, and other details. Fortunately, the small memory lapses that occur with age are not usually signs of a neurological disorder, such as Alzheimer?s disease, but rather the result of normal changes in the structure and function of the brain.…

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