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According to a news statement from study author Ellen Grober, Ph.D. of Albert Einstein College of Medicine in the Bronx, New York, “there is growing evidence that some people with no thinking or memory issues may actually have very subtle signs of early cognitive impairment.” A sensitive and straightforward memory test, she continued, “in our study, predicted the risk of developing cognitive impairment in people who were otherwise considered to have normal cognition.” The researchers gathered 696 participants for the study, with a 69-year-old average age. When asked to take a basic memory test at the start of the study, they were all cognitively normal. For the test, they had to identify and recall items from different categories ie.

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