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With Frontotemporal Dementia Parts Of The Brain Associated With Personality Are Often Affected First

08:55 EST 7 Nov 2019 | Kaiser Health News

Loved ones will notice changes to a person's behavior rather than notice slips in memory like one would see in Alzheimer's. Because of this, a frontotemporal dementia can be extremely hard on the families who don't understand why their loved one is so different. In other public health news: a new HIV strain, insomnia, "femicide," the practice of dopamine starvation, and more.

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