You have a word on the tip of your tongue, but can't remember. You put your keys in a safe place, but can't find them. These memory lapses may be frustrating, but most likely are not serious. However, you may have cause for concern if you have difficulty performing familiar tasks, lose interest in usual activities, or exhibit personality changes. These may be symptoms of dementia, a neurological disorder that makes it difficult to communicate, learn and remember.
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