Approximately 44% of those aged 50 to 62 are somewhat worried (38%) or very worried (6%) about developing dementia in their lifetime. However, just 5% of this population have discussed dementia prevention with their health care professionals. Overall, 48% of all respondents surveyed though they were somewhat likely (44%) or very likely (4%) to develop dementia in their lifetime. These findings were reported in "Thinking About Brain Health" by the National Poll On Healthy Aging at the University of Michigan. Researchers for the University of Michigan analyzed results from a National Poll on Healthy Aging survey conducted by Ipsos Public . . .