Well: Phone. Keys. Wallet … Brain?

September 8, 2023
Scott A. Small, MD

Scott A. Small, MD

Ultimately, if you feel like memory loss is disrupting your daily life, make an appointment to be assessed by a doctor, said Scott Small, a professor of neurology at Columbia and author of “Forgetting: The Benefits of Not Remembering.” A good clinician, he explained, can explore potential causes for memory problems whether it’s a disease or other factors, such as certain painkillers or sleeping aids. [read more]

Source: The New York Times
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