How to Handle Signs of Alzheimer’s Disease in a Loved One.

Instead of worrying and wondering, seek evaluation and treatment as you would for any other serious health condition.

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It can be hard to tell if your loved one’s memory lapses and other cognitive changes are due to normal aging or if they could signal the onset of Alzheimer’s

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