Dementia Cases Declined by 24% in US Between 2000-12, Study Reports

Dementia Cases Declined by 24% in US Between 2000-12, Study Reports
At a time when predictions of a dementia epidemic flourish, a recent study demonstrated that the rates have actually gone down in the U.S. — echoing findings from other studies that suggest that the idea of an epidemic is unfounded. Forces behind the decline in dementia diagnoses are complex, and at the moment, it is

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