Dementia risk higher for Indigenous Australians abused or part of stolen generations – The Sydney Morning Herald

Dementia risk higher for Indigenous Australians abused or part of stolen generations
The Sydney Morning Herald
Like his seven surviving siblings, 76-year-old Claude Timbery is sharp and enjoying life with no sign of dementia. Other than a "pair of dicky knees", he has few health problems and …. New research has found that Indigenous people with high rates of

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