It is becoming that a disease of forgetting is known as for a person who’s all however forgotten.
Wednesday marks the 153rd birthday of Alois Alzheimer, the German psychiatrist who is usually credited for first describing the medical and micro-anatomic options of a mind illness that steals the reminiscences of hundreds of thousands of people annually.
There are, in fact, many causes of dementia, a term derived from the Latin phrase, ‘demens,’ which suggests “with out thoughts.” (The prefix ‘de’ connotes “off” or “not” and the noun ‘mens’ refers to the mind).
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