How a Healthy Heart Can Help Lower Risk of Dementia

Following the American Heart Association’s (AHA) recommendations for reducing your risk for heart disease can also help keep you from developing dementia, according to French researchers who investigated the AHA’s guidelines. As reported by Time, those measures include not smoking, having a BMI under 25, getting regular exercise, having blood pressure under 120/80, keeping your total cholesterol under 200 and your blood sugar under 100, and eating fish twice a week, along with...

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