AHA Statement: Hypertension, Dementia Linked

Research issued by the American Heart Association shows compelling evidence that hypertension in mid-life is associated with late-life dementia, including Alzheimer’s, Medpage Today reports. Interestingly, despite “insufficient data to make evidence-based recommendations,” study authors suggested that treatment for hypertension be employed to help stave off dementia, even though lowering blood pressure in the elderly “can be detrimental.” It’s disturbing...

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