India gained 2.9 million cases of dementia in 26 years. This is according to recent research published in The Lancet, which revealed that the number of people suffering from Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia increased from 20.2 million in 1990 to 43.8 million globally in 2016.
Urban air pollution is a key risk factor in developing dementia claims a study recently published in the BMJ Open. Does this finding suggest a future spike in dementia cases in India’s metropolises? The study may shed some light on why Alzheimer’s disease is becoming more prevalent in India. Two decades ago it was a […]
Does the nation’s younger generation know enough about dementia and Alzheimer’s disease? The alarming results of a new survey suggest no. 91% of youth don’t consider forgetfulness a disease The survey – conducted by Dr. Madhuri Behari, consultant of neurology at Fortis Flt. Lt. Rajan Delhi Hospital, Vasant Kunj – took place between December 2016 […]