As people age, it is normal to have concerns about maintaining
good memory function, dementia or Alzheimer's disease. But
significant memory loss that occurs among older people is not due
to aging but to organic disorders, brain injury, or neurological
illness. The good news: thanks to decades of research, there are
various strategies we can use to protect and sharpen our minds.
Here are several you might try.
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