Dementia Symptoms Peak in Winter and Spring, Study Finds

A new study shows that dementia symptoms have seasons, not quite unlike physical illnesses that seem to manifest more so in certain times of the year, for example, influenza, which is at its peak during the winter season. In the latest study, researchers looking at adults, both with and without Alzheimer’s, found that they have better cognition skills in late summer and early fall than in winter and spring, Eurekalert reports. Not only that, they also found that the odds of meeting...

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