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A.Vogel Talks Memory Loss

Find out all you need to know about memory loss and how to combat the symptoms!

Memory loss can be a frustrating, even scary, occurance. Here at A.Vogel Talks Memory Loss, our advisor Helen Cosgrove, aims to provide information and reassurance for people experiencing memory loss, talking through the different kinds of memory, the causes of memory loss and the things you can do to improve your memory. We have also provided a Q&A service where you can ask Helen any of your memory loss questions directly.

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  • Carol Brown's photo avatar
    Carol Brown — 09.11.2017 22:57
    Suddenly, for me, there is so much relevant information on this site: varicose veins, fear of losing my memory are the 2 immediate guides. Positivity and hope lift my spirit: but of course I have to follow through with application.

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      helen cosgrove — 10.11.2017 12:23
      Hiya Carol, I am glad the information is helpful for you.

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