Friday, March 17, 2017


A new study says the prevalence of dementia among 65-plus has fallen by 24%. In 2000, the rate of 65 and older with signs of dementia was 11.6%. In 2012, it dropped to 8.8%. The decline is partly attributed to improved heart health and education levels according to the authors of the study published in JAMA Internal Medicine. Unfortunately, the overall the number of dementia cases is still expected to rise as millions of the baby boomer group age. Blogger:Being Sane Takes Too Much Work

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