Population in Deprived Areas Have Higher Risk of Suffering Cognitive Dysfunctions

Population in Deprived Areas Have Higher Risk of Suffering Cognitive Dysfunctions
People living in regions with deprived, disadvantaged conditions have higher probabilities of suffering cognitive dysfunctions than those living in regions with more developed living conditions, according to a study from the University of Ulster in United Kingdom, led by Professor Helene McNulty. The results of the research based on Ireland data revealed the importance of social and economic factors in the development

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