Warped sense of humour could be a sign of dementia

A study by the University College London has found that having an increasingly warped sense of humour may be an early sign of dementia. Relatives of people with the condition noticed changes in their humour years before any diagnosis, including instances where they would inappropriately laugh at tragic events.

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