Changes in humor may be early indicator for dementia
from Medical News Today
Researchers from University College London in the U.K. found that people whose sense of humor became darker with age were more likely to have behavioral variant frontotemporal dementia — a form of frontotemporal dementia characterized by changes in behavior — and that this change in humor began years before disease onset. FTD is the most common form of dementia among people in their 50s. Unlike with Alzheimer's disease, memory problems are not a highly prominent symptom of the condition.
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