Initial questions should zero in on what the patient is forgetting, according to an expert.
Physicians advocate offering ‘patient priorities care.’
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The Alzheimer’s Association is encouraged by the promising data, according to Maria Carrillo, PhD, chief science officer for the organization.
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Study finds that older and heavier men have lower antibody responses to the Pfizer mRNA vaccine than do younger, leaner, and female recipients.
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