New Way to Predict Memory Loss in Women


By Molly Clifton

A woman's blood may hold clues as to whether she's at increased risk for memory problems after menopause.

Research from the Mayo Clinic found that some women have platelets in their blood that are more likely to cause clots.

That tendency may lead to areas of brain damage after menopause, which causes memory loss.

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