There’s less than two weeks until Christmas and pretty soon all of your relatives will make their way into town to celebrate. They'll want to know everything you've been doing and act like they haven't seen you in 20 years. But doctors say catching up with a loved one you don't see on a day to day basis could be the perfect opportunity to spot dementia.
Over 5.5 million Americans suffer from the progressive neurological disorder that affects the brain. As a person's age increases, so does their risk of developing Alzheimer’s and dementia. Dr. Danish Ali with UTMB is on the Factor with some signs and symptoms you can be on the lookout for this holiday season.