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Less than half of 40 is under NHS care in England Society

More than half of over 40 people have taken a free health check to reduce the risk of developing demon, according to NHS England.

Approximately 15 million people have been screening for 20 minutes, heart problems, kidney disease and 2 diabetes type displays over the past five years.

Dementia and Alzheimer's disease was the main cause of death in England and Wales in 2017, according to the National Statistics Office, about 13% of the deaths registered.

A person with a stroke or a person with diabetes or a heart disease is developing a dementia that is twice as fast as the Alzheimer's society.

"The beginning of a new year promises to be a simple, free and potential lifestyle for healthy lifestyles at the right time," said Alistair Burns, National NHS Director of Dementia in England.

All people between the ages of 40 and 74 do not have the right to automatically select existing health conditions every five years. The NHS is intended to improve early diagnosis of the dimension in England.

Laura Phipps, head of communications from Alzheimer's Research in the United Kingdom, said: "Good heart is good evidence to prove good for the brain, but 77% believe that it can reduce the risk of heart disease. 34% of the deceased can reduce the risk of dementia.

"Research shows that midlife is a decisive action to make a healthy brain develop in a decisive life. Today, due to the dementia of the major causes of death, we must promote positive steps for everyone to maintain good health in the world and in old age."

Jamie Waterall, a director of the Public Health Environment Program, says: "The NHS health check focuses on premature death and the major causes of the health condition, but more importantly, let's face it and encourage actions to reduce the risk of heart failure, the disease. "

NHS said in England that national demographic goals have been diagnosed and treated at least two-thirds of at least two-thirds of dementia in the last two years.

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