Study Finds More Younger American Adults are Being Diagnosed With Alzheimer's (ibx.com)
The 5 years between 2013 and 2017 saw a 200% increase in the number of commercially-insured Americans diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease or early-onset dementia between the ages of 30 to 64. "While the underlying cause is not clear, advances in technology are certainly allowing for earlier and more definitive diagnosis," says the Blue Cross.
#Comment: Keep on pumping airwaves (WiFi, 5G, etc.) and stomachs (Fastfood, etc.) with more and more toxic junk, it's clearly working wonders for profits of wallstreet & billionaire.