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Dementia

16 September 2010

Memory loss not normal ageing

Mild memory problems in older people are often excused as "senior moments," but a study has found the same changes in the brain that cause severe dementia may cause memory lapses.

Mild memory problems in older people are often excused as "senior moments," but a new study has found the same changes in the brain that cause severe dementia may also be responsible for those memory lapses.

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