Survival in Frontotemporal Dementia Found To Be Increased in People With More Demanding Jobs

Survival in Frontotemporal Dementia Found To Be Increased in People With More Demanding Jobs
Findings from a recent study published in the journal Neurology revealed that individuals with more skilled jobs may live longer after developing frontotemporal dementia in comparison with individuals with less skilled jobs. Frontotemporal dementia is a condition that mainly affects individuals aged under 65 years and causes personality or behavior changes and language problems. “This study

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