The Aging Brain: Preventing Cognitive Decline
The Carlat Psychiatry Report, Volume 17, Number 4, April 2019
We’ve all been there. A 63-year-old patient comes to you with a chief complaint of memory loss. She tells you that she has a hard time remembering people’s names and forgets where she puts her keys. She lives and drives on her own without a problem, but asks, “Isn’t there some memory pill I can take?” What advice can we give her?