The coming dementia: We better 'tek sleep mark death'

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In a new and alarming report, the United Nation's World Health Organisation (WHO) has warned that t

In a new and alarming report, the United Nation's World Health Organisation (WHO) has warned that the number of people living with dementia is expected to explode from approximately 50 million today to 152 million by 2050.

During that same period, the number of Jamaicans over 60 years of age – the fastest growing segment of the population – is projected to double, according to the Green Paper for the National Policy for Senior Citizens (2018).

Dementia is caused by a variety of brain illn..

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