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Dear Carol: My mom’s short-term memory is slipping badly. Her mother had Alzheimer’s and I’m sure she’s afraid of hearing that diagnosis. We’re having a heck of a time talking her into seeing a doctor about her memory. Trina
Dear Trina: It’s hard to blame your mom. Who wants to be diagnosed with dementia? However, her reluctance is one reason that I write often about the importance of getting an early diagnosis. People need to be reminded that there is some help available.
One reason to be checked out early is because what is wrong may not be dementia. Medication side effects, low levels of vitamin B-12,

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