MedPage Today (2/7, George) reported researchers found that “people who had three or more adverse childhood experiences – physical or psychological abuse, family psychopathology, or loss of a parent – had twice the risk of developing dementia in later years as other older adults, even after taking into account economic hardship, demographics, education, and nutritional environment.” The findings were published in JAMA Network Open. (SOURCE: APA Headlines)
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