The inner workings of people with Down syndrome age much faster than typically -developing individuals, a new study suggests.
Adults with Down syndrome experience “accelerated aging,” meaning that they how quickly the body uses energy, makes proteins and regulates hormones.
Expectations for the life course of individuals with Down syndrome (DS) have changed, with life expectancy estimates increasing from 12 in to nearly
However, in contrast, the needs of adults, and the importance of supporting people For example, family networks alter as parents age and for all of us there is an The appearance of these brain changes in people with Down's syndrome is.
Brains of people with Down syndrome age faster, study discovers Its symptoms include cognitive delays and premature signs of aging.