Having Hypertension When Middle Aged Can Lead To Cognitive And Vascular Damage In Later Life, Study

A study led by researchers at UC Davis, published in the August 2nd issue of the journal of the American Academy of Neurology, discovered high blood pressure, diabetes, obesity and smoking in middle age people may trigger vascular damage, decrease brain volume and cause cognitive decline later in life…


Categories: Neurology

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