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Tag Archives: Cognitive neuroscience
Patients with dementia feel pain but may not be able to communicate it well
Historically, medical professionals thought that people with Alzheimer’s disease and related conditions did not feel pain as acutely as other aging adults. According to a WebMD article published in 2006, this was based on the observation that Alzheimer’s patients complained less about pain … Continue reading