Socially remote older adults are 30% more likely to develop dementia

With an ever-growing population growing exponentially, gaining a deeper understanding of durability

 more important now than ever. Being concerned about ourselves, our loved ones, and our communities 

just knowing what it means to age, but what it takes to age well.

And in a new study published by the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society this week

 researchers found that social isolation was associated with an increased risk of developing dementia, 

making socialization a top priority for preventing cognitive decline. . The study looked at 5,022 adults age 65

the Nationwide Study of Physical Fitness and Characteristics of Aging, a national longitudinal consulting institution of older 

At the organization, about one in four older adults in the US faced social isolation, meaning they had few social relationships

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