March 21, 2014 by Dean Bellefeuille

Everyone faces times of forgetfulness: misplacing the car keys, wondering if the lights were turned off before leaving home. But at what point does mild memory loss seem to be crossing over into potential Alzheimer’s disease?

Knowing more about the disease and its warning signs can help family members and caregivers know when they are dealing with normal memory loss and when it might be something more serious. Alzheimer’s disease typically begins after 60, and the risk increases with age. (more…)