Your walking speed could predict future dementia

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Walking male character. Animation set. Flat editable vector illustration, clip art.
Walking male character. Animation set. Flat editable vector illustration, clip art.

People living with dementia experience basic day-to-day challenges, such as bathing, getting dressed, going to the shop and remembering activities.

The disease is a progressive condition that is believed to affect more than 55 million people globally.

According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), there are nearly 10 million new cases each year.

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