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Why subjective cognitive decline is a growing health issue among women

Have you thought about your memory lately? According to the CDC, 11% of people over age 45 have Subjective Cognitive Decline, a form of cognitive impairment that can be one of the earliest noticeable symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias. That’s 1 in 9. And while all these people are aware of the decline, few discuss it with health care providers.