Up to two-thirds of people age 50 and older have a more difficult time remembering names, appointments and other details in life, according to the Harvard Medical School. Most of the time, these small memory lapses are not signs of neurological disorders, such as Alzheimer's disease, but instead are a normal part of aging. However, you do have some control in improving your memory power.

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