Forgetful or foreign? Tests can't tell

People who learn English as a second language - even if they speak it very well - may be misdiagnosed with mild cognitive impairment by tests that require highly developed linguistic skills, an Australian study finds.

The Sydney study of over 800 native English speakers and 160 non-native English speakers found a two to three-fold higher prevalence of mild cognitive impairment among the latter group.

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