How families of gun owners with dementia grapple with safetyJun 25, 2018
Around half of all Americans older than 65 live in a home with a firearm. And one in three senior citizens dies with some form of dementia. By one estimate, by 2050, as many as 12 million people with dementia may live in homes with guns.
That is prompting doctors, researchers and family members to ask how to prevent a potential tragedy.
John Yang reports on this.
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