Dementia

Dementia, which affects nearly 50 million people worldwide, is not actually a disease, but a term that describes a range of symptoms related to a decline in mental function not in line with normal aging. These symptoms can include memory loss as well as problems with reasoning, language, visual perception, and other cognitive functions. Learn more about the different causes of dementia, treatment, and what to expect as dementia progresses in our comprehensive guide.

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