Dementia Rates Fall in UK

In an article in the Guardian there is a drop of 40,000 people diagnosed with Dementia.  It was anticipated in the 1990's that 250,000 people would have been diagnosed, the outcome was 210,000.  While that is great news it is still a very large number.  While the article does not  pinpoint the reasons for the drop there does seem to be some speculation that lifestyle may have an influence.  To see the full article go to:

http://www.theguardian.com/society/2016/apr/19/drop-in-dementia-rates-suggests-disease-can-be-prevented-researchers-say 

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