But this scholarly study, he said, presents a rigorous analysis of the problem. The findings have some clear implications, according to Morgan. Unless you think you have a problem, you’re unlikely to get help, he said. Therefore, it’s important for family members to be sensitive to signs of dementia. Wilson agreed. If mom misplaces her keys, there’s no have to rush to the doctor, he said. But if she’s displaying a pattern of memory lapses – – and seems unacquainted with it – – that might be a red flag, he said. Morgan noted that beneath the recent health care law, Medicare need to now cover screening exams for cognitive impairment. But in practice, he stated, that may total the physician asking, ‘How’s your memory?’ Obviously, that’s inadequate. There is absolutely no cure for dementia, but detecting it in earlier stages is still important, Morgan said.On June 5 AIDS first found public attention, 1981 in a written report on a uncommon type of pneumonia in five gay men, but scientists now believe the virus entered humans early in the 20th century. Last year, the globe spent $16 billion on the duty of combating AIDS, half which was donated by rich charities and countries. A recent projection estimated that, by 2031, global Helps costs could reach the same as $35 billion a season. While that is not even half the 14. About 33.3 million people around the world are infected with HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. In 2009 2009, the last year for which there are complete figures, 2.6 million people became infected and 1.8 million people died.