Dementia is worse when coupled with inadequate preparation

03:00 EST 14 Feb 2020 | KevinMD

The chances that you or someone you love will be diagnosed with dementia are shockingly high. By age 65, your chances are already at 9 percent. Make it to age 85, and the chances go up to 33 percent. Of course, if you’re diagnosed with dementia, it will be a struggle for you to think […]

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