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Living with Dementia

Significant Memory Loss

Aging and Dementia: More Gray Hair and Less Gray Matter

The normal processes of the aging brain remain poorly understood, and some degree of memory loss is expected in usual senescence. Approximately 10% of the population over age 70 years will have significant memory loss, and at least half of these cases of dementia will be attributed to Alzheimer disease (AD). AD is perceived… Aging and Dementia: More Gray Hair and Less Gray Matter   

Living with Dementia

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