Aging and the Normal Brain

  • Published29 Jan 2015
  • Reviewed29 Jan 2015
  • Source Coalition for the Life Sciences

As a person ages, changes occur in all areas of the body – including the brain. Typically we identify memory loss as a sign of an aging brain. But when does forgetting cross the line from normal aging to something more serious? Carol Barnes, a leading authority on how aging affects the brain, will discuss how memory is changed during normal aging, as distinguished from pathological conditions.


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