Study: Behavioral Intervention Can Slow Incidence of Dementia


Researchers are presenting ground-breaking data at the annual Alzheimer's Association conference in Toronto showing evidence of the first behavioral intervention that delays the onset of dementia. WSJ's Sumathi Reddy joins Lunch Break with the details. Photo: Getty

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Study: Behavioral Intervention Can Slow Incidence of Dementia

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