With baby boomers approaching the age of 65 and new cases of Alzheimer’s disease expected to increase by 50 percent by the year 2030, Georgia Tech researchers have created a tool that allows older people to screen themselves for early signs of dementia.
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- Lifetime of Learning Might Thwart Dementia, Study Suggests June 27, 2014A lifetime engaging in intellectually stimulating pursuits may significantly lower your risk for dementia in your golden years, new research suggests.
- How Your State Rates In Terms Of Long-Term Care June 19, 2014In just 12 years, the oldest members of the huge baby-boom generation will turn 80. Many will need some kind of long-term care. A new study from says that care could vary dramatically in cost and quality depending on where they live.
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