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Get the facts about memory loss

Get the facts about memory loss Many conditions can affect your memory and thinking. Dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, mild cognitive impairment. These terms are often mentioned together to describe age-related memory loss. While they are linked in some ways, they are not necessarily the same, and they often affect people differently. “Even though memory loss is more common as you age, it is not part of normal aging,” says Dr. Gad Marshall, associate medical director of the Center for…

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