Health matters: midlife approaches to reduce dementia risk

Public Health England


Around one-third of Alzheimer’s disease cases may be attributable to potentially modifiable risk factors, and the chance of developing dementia can be reduced by actively managing associated risk factors, such as smoking and poor diet.

This Guidelines summary provides information on the risk factors for developing dementia in later life and what steps can be taken to lower a person's risk of developing this condition.


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