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The states seeing the biggest increases in Alzheimer’s disease

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America’s population is aging, and as it does the number of people with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia is expected to grow, creating significant challenges for health care systems and social safety nets. A recent report from the Alzheimer’s Association includes state-by-state projections for the number of people age 65 and older living with, and dying from, Alzheimer’s dementia. Read on for the report’s findings.

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