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Lost a little weight lately? It's probably your early-onset Alzheimer's disease. Women who develop dementia usually lose a small amount of weight ten years or more before their first symptoms appear, a new study suggests. As a whole, "women destined to become demented as a group became lighter and weighed less than those who weren't destined to get dementia," says Dr. David Knopman. [Forbes]


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See that ladies? Being skinny means you're demented! Yes!! The extra 25 lbs I'm carrying around mean I'm in great mental health.