Marian Freedman is a freelance medical editor and writer based in Watchung, NJ. She is a contributing editor to Contemporary Pediatrics, as well as chief editor for MedEdits, a medical education consulting firm.
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Which activities might slow memory decline for people with mild cognitive impairment? A new study uncovers some answers.
Traumatic brain injury greatly increases the risk of developing dementia, but the link between these two conditions is unclear.
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