Skip to content

Report: Up to 18% of adults over 60 have early stages of memory loss, cognitive problems

March 24, 2022

From the USA Today website

A new report estimates 6.5 million Americans have Alzheimer’s disease, and more than 1 in 10 older adults have early stage memory or cognitive problems. 

The Alzheimer’s Association report released Tuesday said 12-18% of adults 60 and over have “mild cognitive impairment,” a category of memory loss or cognitive problems that may be a precursor to dementia or caused by other medical or behavioral issues. 

Learn more

From → Health & Safety

Comments are closed.