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Mild Cognitive Impairment Differs from Normal Aging

Dear Carol: My mother has been active physically and socially. She’s 76 and is showing some slips with word recall and occasionally loses the thread of a conversation. She says that’s normal, but I’m wondering if she has mild cognitive impairment. How do I tell? Should I push her to see a doctor even though there are no drastic changes and she thinks she’s fine except for some minor frustration. – Ray

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