High Blood Pressure in Mid-life Can Contribute to Cognitive Decline

High Blood Pressure in Mid-life Can Contribute to Cognitive Decline
According to the
National Institute on Aging, studies show that high blood
pressure (hypertension) in midlife (between the ages of 40 and
65) can contribute to cognitive decline in old age. One in three
American adults has
high blood pressure, putting them at risk for heart disease

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