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Families shoulder these responsibilities because about 70 percent of assisted living residents have some form of cognitive impairment, including dementia.

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Many nursing home residents have some degree of mental impairment — nearly half of long-term care patients suffer from dementia or Alzheimer’s.

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We did all sorts of metabolic studies to try to find out if there was an impairment we could detect.

Why Sleep Deprivation KillsVeronique GreenwoodJune 4, 2020Quanta Magazine

The aim is to remove all the disease with the least impairment of function and the minimum sacrifice of healthy tissue.

Manual of SurgeryAlexis Thomson and Alexander Miles

Physical examina tion on this admission was negative, except for some impairment of vision, for which he was given eye-glasses.

This impairment has taken the form of constant and irritating passenger train delays.

The Railroad ProblemEdward Hungerford

Impairment of credit, money stringency and a general declining market were partly responsible.

She was a short, stoutly built figure, somewhat past the middle of life, but without any impairment of activity in her movements.

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