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What’s next for alaska’s population?

Anchorage, Alaska — Alaska has lost about a quarter of its population in the past 20 years, according to new state statistics.

Alaska’s Department of Commerce released its latest population projections Thursday, showing the state lost about 13,000 people in 2020, or nearly 6.5% of its total population.

Alaska had a population of 7.6 million people in 2010.

Alaskans make up nearly a quarter (24.3%) of the state’s total population, but they make up only about 11% of the population in Alaska.

The state lost more than 16,000 residents in 2020 compared to the previous year, according the department’s figures.

The number of people in Alaska who are foreign born has increased from 16,049 in 2010 to 21,917 in 2020.

Alaska has a foreign-born population of about 6.3 million.

Alas, there were no foreign- born deaths in 2020 due to natural causes.

Alzheimer’s DiseaseAlzheimers are the most common type of dementia in the U.S., according to the Alzheimer’s Association.

The disease affects people of all ages and is the most prevalent form of dementia worldwide.

Alizheimers cause the brain to lose the connections it used to have.

They often cause dementia in people who have had Alzheimer’s disease, and in some cases, the disease may cause symptoms.

Alcohol is a major cause of dementia, as is smoking.

Alleviating alcohol and smoking are the best ways to reduce the risk of developing dementia, according Dr. Jennifer Stromberg, president of the Alzheimer Association.

Alison Anderson, an associate professor of neurology and neurosurgery at the University of Washington, said people can treat Alzheimer’s with medications, which can be expensive.

She also said dementia can be prevented with behavioral changes and behavioral therapy.

The CDC also found that women are more likely to develop dementia than men.

The difference is in the number of cases.

Men are more than twice as likely as women to develop Alzheimer’s and are twice as unlikely to live to 100, according CDC data.

Alameda County, California, has seen the biggest decline in dementia cases since it started tracking the disease in the early 2000s.

About 4,700 people died from Alzheimer’s in the county in 2020 as compared to 1,300 in 2016, according data from the county coroner’s office.

Alsip, Utah, had the highest number of deaths of all counties in the state in 2020 with 12,895.

The county had the most deaths of people ages 65 and older.

There were 4,100 deaths in San Luis Obispo County in 2020 out of a population that was 4,500 people, according county data.

The median age of the county population was 77.

The rate of dementia cases in San Diego County was 5.8 per 100,000.

The county with the highest rate of Alzheimer’s deaths in the United States was Los Angeles County, where there were more than 13,500.

The city had the second highest number, with more than 6,700 cases.

The top counties with the most dementia deaths in California were San Bernardino County, which had 3,700, San Diego, with 2,600 and Riverside, with 1,600.

In Utah, Utah had more than 3,300.

The highest rate for Alzheimer’s death in California was in Alameda County with 2.4 per 100 of people.

In Salt Lake City, Utah was third with 2 per 100.