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New evidence suggests that Latino Americans are at an increased risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease and tend to display symptoms at a younger age than non-Latino populations in the U.S.

Assistant Professor of Psychology Ariana Stickel seeks to better understand this gap, exploring cultural and cardiovascular links to dementia in Latino Americans.

Read more in the article on the Division of Research and Innovation website.

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