A new study published in The New England Journal of Medicine reveals that the “age-specific” incidence of dementia may be declining in some high-income countries. The study focused on participants in the Framington Heart Study over three decades. At this time, experts cannot point to specific factors contributing to this finding. Read more here.
Here’s Dr. Sudha Seshadri from the Boston University School of Medicine, one of the study’s authors, talking more about the findings.