Often as we age, it is easy to forget things. A new study has shown that people who do not recognize that they have memory loss, however, they have a higher risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease. On the other hand, those that recognize memory loss but have a partner or caregiver who is not worried that it is an issue, are not likely to develop the disease. The study involved 1,000 older participants, the largest of it’s kind.
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