High Blood Pressure in Mid-Life May Cause or Aggravate Dementia

Cognitive function, rather than memory, most likely to be affected.

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An expert panel of the American Heart Association (AHA) has found consistent evidence that high blood pressure in midlife (age 40-64) is associated with impaired cognitive function in mid- and

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