Early identification of modifiable risk factors for cognitive decline

Researchers now believe it’s possible that risk factors for cognitive decline may show up long before diseases such as Alzheimer’s develop. In a study presented at the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology annual meeting, scientists found that clues such as high blood pressure are often present in mid-life, and that identification and modification of such factors could prevent the progression of debilitating cognitive deficits later in life. —> Read More Here


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