Nearly 30% of Europeans over 50 years of age have some form of cognitive impairment | EUGMS

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Takeaway

  • The prevalence of cognitive impairment in Europeans older than 50 was as high as 28.02%. 

Key results

  • The prevalence was 28.02%, 27.89%, and 20.75% for perceived memory, verbal fluency, and numeracy, respectively, in the 16 evaluated nations.
  • Age, years of education, current...