"It is becoming increasingly clear that neurological disorders, such as stroke and dementia but to name a few, are projected to rise at a rate that could overwhelm our healthcare systems," Prof Raad Shakir, London, President of the World Federation of Neurology (WFN) warned on the occasion of this year's World Brain Day on 22 July. Although experts have long been voicing this warning, the public is not sufficiently aware of the subject and healthcare policy in many places does not include it to a sufficient degree. Prof Shakir went on to say this: "The ageing population has major social, health, and economic consequences. Brain health will be among the most important determinants of social and economic well-being of older persons in the future." [more]
Rom: sonnig
Madrid: sonnig
London: heiter
Paris: stark bewölkt
Berlin: heiter
Bern: heiter
Vienna: sonnig
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