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When do age-related mental problems usually begin?

Dr. Robin Miller, MD
Internal Medicine

Do you find yourself frequently fumbling for names and searching for your keys? No matter what your age, you may sometimes worry that your mind is going. In this video, Dr. Robin Miller reveals who is at risk for early "senior moments," and what you can do to prevent them.


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