People with higher blood pressure are at much lower risk of developing dementia, scientists say
The researchers, whose study is published in the journal Alzheimer's and Dementia, followed 559 elderly people for an average of almost three years. During that time, 224 of those taking part – about 40 per cent – were diagnosed with dementia but ...
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