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Half of middle-aged Americans think they will develop dementia

Reuters India Wednesday, 20 November 2019
(Reuters Health) - Roughly half of middle-aged Americans believe they're "somewhat" or "very likely" to develop dementia, a survey suggests, and many try to beat the odds with supplements like ginkgo biloba and vitamin E that aren't proven to help.
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