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6 Treatable Conditions That Mimic Dementia

The troublesome symptoms of dementia may actually be caused by an unrelated problem whose symptoms copycat Alzheimer’s disease. Dr. Gary Small, a noted expert on Alzheimer’s disease and co-author with Gigi Vorgan of the best-selling book, “The Alzheimer’s Prevention Program,” tells Newsmax Health that “a long list of medical conditions” can cause dementia syndrome.
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