Early Stage Dementia Might Be Predicted by Steadily Increasing Depressive Symptoms in Old Age

Early Stage Dementia Might Be Predicted by Steadily Increasing Depressive Symptoms in Old Age
In the first long-term analysis of its kind, researchers report that depressive symptoms that progressively increase in older age might better predict the development of dementia than any other type of depression – and may, in fact, represent an early disease stage. Many studies have linked depressive symptoms with dementia, but failed to take into account

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