Alzheimer’s Disease: Mystery No More

Dr. Weisman has been interviewed for a recent news article on the Abington – Jefferson Health website.

It was once so common to be forgetful in old age that it was thought to be normal. But normal aging only includes things like tip-of-tongue memory loss and forgetting faces. Anything more—like forgetting tasks you’re supposed to complete or repeating questions shortly after you get an answer—may be a sign of Alzheimer’s.