Reduce Your Alzheimer's Risk
Have you had one of those moments? You forget a name, can't find a folder you had just a minute before, or go into a room and blank on what you needed? For many boomers, these little memory lapses lead to larger worries -- are we losing our minds, not just our keys?
For most of us these moments of forgetfulness are minor and do not signify anything more than being too distracted, too tired, or too rusty in our thinking. Yet often we are left wondering: What if this is the beginning of Alzheimer's? Maybe there is something I should do?
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