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Exploring the sleep disturbance-dementia link, with guest Roger Wong, PhD, on Upstate's "The Informed Patient" podcast

Researcher probes possible risk for seniors

Older adults who frequently report sleep disturbances may have an increased risk of developing dementia. That was one finding in research by Roger Wong, PhD, who explains the findings of his report, published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine. Wong is an assistant professor of public health and preventive medicine at Upstate. For more on Wong's research, click here.