Aggressively reducing the prevalence of 10 common risk factors related to Alzheimer’s disease by 15% per decade could result in 1.2 million fewer cases of Alzheimer’s disease in the United States in 2050. These risk factors include: Depression Diabetes Hearing loss Mid-life-hypertension Physical inactivity Poor diet quality and obesity Poor sleep quality and sleep disorders Tobacco use Traumatic brain injury Unhealthy alcohol use According to the most recent estimates by the Alzheimer’s . . .
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