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I appreciate u if you can give some advices to help alleviating dementia,although we know it’s related to aging.
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I feel this is not clearly explained, particularly for people who might be a little confused. Is the ’12 years to dementia’, 12 years after the nine years, or three years later? And did the ‘one in six’ mean one in six of the people who reported memory loss, or all the people in the study.
NZJen, this confusion itself is early sign of dementia. What is not clear here? Everybody can understand this.
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