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Memory and cognition

Cognitive impairment – a decline in memory and thinking skills – in older adults has a variety of possible causes, including medication side effects, metabolic and/or endocrine derangements, delirium due to another illness, depression, and dementia. Find out more below.

What does drawing clocks have to do with driving cars? Tests of cognitive skills that can flag older drivers who may be unsafe behind the wheel
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Computer brain games for treating cognitive impairment
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