Posted by Gareth Icke Posted on 7 March 2020

Blue Cross Blue Shield: Early-Onset Dementia and Alzheimer’s Is Surging in Millennials

‘A NIH 2017 study revealed that 5 minutes on a cell phone can cause significant memory impairment.  That’s probably happening because cell phone radiation and WiFi can disrupt the blood-brain barrier and cause it to leak.  Research has also determined that exposure can increase cancer risk and many other undesirable conditions, illnesses, and symptoms (see 1, 2).

Activist Post reports regularly about health risks associated with cell phones and other digital, electronic, and wireless tech (including utility “Smart” Meters and 5G).  Some recent articles have focused on cell phones causing memory impairment, damage, and other brain health issues.

With research like this – as well as children and adults being exposed to increased amounts of cell phone and WiFi radiation 24/7 – it seems realistic to expect a “surging” number of Millennials experiencing early-onset dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease.

From Philly Voice:

Dementia and Alzheimer’s disease traditionally have been considered a concern for older generations. But recent spikes in early onset of these conditions in Americans as young as 30 suggest a different story.

Between 2013 and 2017, early-onset dementia and Alzheimer’s diagnoses increased by 83% among commercially insured Americans aged 30 to 44, according to a report released by the health care insurer. That age group includes the oldest millennials.

Overall, early-onset diagnoses increased by 200% among commercially insured Americans between ages 30 to 64. That included a 50% jump among those 45 to 54 and by 40% for those aged 55 to 64.

The average patient was diagnosed at age 49.’

Read more: Blue Cross Blue Shield: Early-Onset Dementia and Alzheimer’s Is Surging in Millennials

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