Altering dementia frequency in the United States

Dementia is the major worldwide public health difficulty of our time due to the increasing aging worldwide population (Prince M. et al, 2015) and the associated (generally social care) expenses. Estimating the frequency of a disease is not usually the most interesting of research endeavours, but doing so for dementia is truly important, as precise figures permit policy planning to adjust to the developing demands; and modifications in occurrence of diseases and their danger elements shine light on the capacity for preventative strategies. The significance of dementia prevention has been brought into focus by the most current failed drug trial. A number of recent studies have shown modifications in dementia rates worldwide over the previous 20-30 years: And these changes have accompanied changes in the prevalence of known de …
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