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Seniors who feel 'old' more likely to have memory problems.

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#1 Joelf

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Posted 02 October 2016 - 08:26 AM

Seniors who feel 'old' more likely to have memory problems.

 

The older that seniors feel relative to their actual age, the greater their odds of cognitive decline in the coming years, a recent study finds. Reuters Health, 08/19/2016.

 

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