Dementia

Improved dementia diagnosis possible, new study shows

(Medical Xpress)—Nearly 36 million people worldwide are estimated to currently have dementia. That number is expected to almost double every 20 years. Researchers are diligently working to find better, more accurate methods ...

Nov 26, 2013
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