When should I be concerned about memory loss?

Dr Denise Compton, a licensed clinical psychologist answers the question- providing a list of warning signs.

Every once in a while a person may forget a name or a word. But when do things get serious? When is it cause for concerns? Dr Compton gives a list of warning signs when a visit to a psychologist may be warranted when an aging loved one gets too "forgetful".

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