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Issue: May 2006

Small memory lapses experienced by many aging adults may signal the onset of more serious problems in memory and cognition. If uncorrected, these conditions may lead to dementia and Alzheimer's. Fortunately, scientists have discovered plant-based therapeutics that work to counter the physical and biochemical changes seen in the aging brain, thus enabling older adults to preserve youthful levels of cognition and memory.



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