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Is it Alzheimer's? Other reasons for forgetfulness

It's normal to forget where we placed our keys once in awhile. Everyone occasionally spaces on their neighbor's name or forgets that last item at the grocery store. We're busy people -- we get distracted! However, these foggy symptoms may get a little more worrisome as we age. While Alzheimer's is not considered a "normal part" of getting older, many people with the disease are above 65.
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