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  Memory loss worries may indicate real Alzheimer’s risk

Doctor: Menopause memory loss ‘is real’

  Dr. Rebecca Brightman of the Mount Sinai School of Medicine and the North American Menopause Society offers her perspective on a new study focusing on memory loss during menopause, outlining some of the symptoms.

New study links menopause to memory loss

  Jokes about menopause have long been a pop-culture staple, but memory loss during menopause is a real mid-life crisis, affecting up to 62 percent of women. NBC’s Mara Schiavocampo reports.

1 in 8 Americans older than 60 report memory loss

  A new study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found one in eight Americans say they have experienced increasing memory loss -- and among those, one-third say their memory loss has interfered with work or social activities. NBC’s Brian Williams reports.

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  More calories, more memory loss?

A study published by the American Academy of Neurologists says older people who eat more than 2,100 calories a day have a higher risk of mild cognitive impairment. NBC’s Brian Williams reports.

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