Sunday, February 17, 2013

Diagnosing Dementia: Alzheimer's May Really Be Mini-Strokes

What causes memory problems? Scientists say the most common cause is plaque building up in the brain, which leads to Alzheimer's. Now, new research shows a more common culprit may be vascular brain injury. Find out about this type of cognitive decline from stroke, mini-stroke and high blood pressure. Learn why diagnosing the right cause effects therapy and treatment.

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