We think of Dementia and Alzheimers like something that happens to the elderly. In fact, that is true. As you age your risk of cognitive declines increases. With longevity, and more people living to age 75, 80 and beyond, more... Continue Reading
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The recent announcement of retired Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day OConnor that she is suffering fromdementia, most likely Alzheimers, should give many of us pause. We are facing a hugecrisisin the country as longevity means... Continue Reading
The number of people living with dementia around the world has more than doubled between the years 1990 and 2016 according to new research. This means the total amount of people who suffer from memory loss went from an... Continue Reading
Longevity for human beings can mean some wonderful things and even an enjoyable future retirement. However, it also means a greater risk for cognitive decline. Alzheimers and other forms of dementia impacts people of all... Continue Reading