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Aphasia, a Rare Type of Dementia Similar to Alzheimer’s, Doesn’t Rob Patients of Memory

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CHICAGO — A rare type of dementia that causes brain changes similar to Alzheimer’s disease, still preserves a patient’s memory, scientists believe. Primary progressive aphasia (PPA) is a neuro-degenerative disorder that affects areas of the brain linked to language. A recent study finds that people with aphasia may not develop the same problems as people…

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Menopause Symptoms: 4 Eye Problems to Look Out for During Menopause

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EYE PROBLEMS can creep up doing menopause, thanks to major hormone fluctuations. Here are the four most common eye problems to look out for during menopause.

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Most Wonderful Time: These ‘holiday Firsts’ Have Americans More Excited Than Ever Before

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NEW YORK — As many Americans begin planning for their first (almost) post-COVID holiday, seven in 10 believe it will be a holiday season for the history books. A new survey of 2,000 Americans 21 or older sought to find how important someone’s holiday “firsts” are and how people are making new memories ahead of their…

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3 in 4 Parents Think Holiday Shopping Is Harder Than an Olympic Sport!

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NEW YORK — The hunt is on for the three in four parents who believe finding the right gift for their child during the holidays should qualify as an Olympic sport! A survey of 2,000 parents of school-aged children examined their journey to finding the perfect gift for their kids and found that 76 percent agree…

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