Taking hormone replacement therapy for at least 10 years 'can reduce dementia risk'
“It may have cognitive benefits if initiated at the time of menopause when neurons are still healthy and responsive.” Alzheimer's disease is the most common form of dementia, and two out of three cases are women. One possible explanation for the higher ...
Long-Term Hormone Therapy May Provide Dementia Protection
Hormone therapy at onset of menopause could protect against dementia