Forgetting is normal for most people as they age, but take precautions if memory loss persists and interferes with daily life, says AMAC

WASHINGTON, DC, Aug 23 -- Dementia, in general, and Alzheimer’s disease, in particular, have emerged as a clear and present danger for America’s aging population.  And, this has many seniors scaring themselves every time they forget someone’s name, according to Dan Weber, president of the Association of Mature American Citizens [AMAC]. “One of our members recently told me that his wife of 54…

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