Learning about Dementia

5.7 million American in 2017 had Alzheimer�۪s disease and by 2025, the projection from the Alzheimer�۪s Association would rise to 13.8 million people.
Dr. Andrew Forster, Internal Medicine Physician with Baptist Health Primary Care, considers while medicine has managed to reduce death rates from diseases such as pneumonia or cancer, treatments and medications for dementia are not so great right now.
Memory, language, complex attention and social cognitive, among others, can be affected by dementia.

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