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Forgetful? When to worry about memory changes

If you are noticing problems in yourself or a loved one, hereís where to turn for help and support. Youíre talking with a friend about a movie you saw recently, but canít remember the actorís name. Last week you found yourself upstairs, but couldnít remember what you came up to look for. Your keys are always missing. You worry: are these normal memory lapses or early signs of Alzheimerís disease or another…

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