Is There a Difference Between Alzheimer’s and Dementia?
By M.M. Sullivan
Dementia is the common term for degenerative brain disorders, meaning it encases any sort of long-term damage to memory, personality, or reasoning. Alzheimer’s is the most common form, and it makes up roughly 64% of all cases of dementia. Find out about other forms of dementia, and about what causes Alzheimer’s specifically, in this video from the Alzheimer’s Society.
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