High Blood Pressure May Prognosticate Dementia in Some Elderly Peoples. Part 3 of 3

High Blood Pressure May Prognosticate Dementia in Some Elderly Peoples – Part 3 of 3 Doctors diagnose dementia only if two or more brain functions – such as memory and language skills – are significantly impaired without set-back of consciousness. Some of the diseases that can cause symptoms of dementia are Alzheimer’s disease, vascular dementia, […]

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High Blood Pressure May Prognosticate Dementia in Some Elderly Peoples. Part 2 of 3

High Blood Pressure May Prognosticate Dementia in Some Elderly Peoples – Part 2 of 3 So “Control of hypertension in this populace could decrease by one-half the projected 50-percent five-year rate of progression to dementia.” The study findings are published in the February issue of the journal Archives of Neurology. The findings may corroborate important […]

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High Blood Pressure May Prognosticate Dementia in Some Elderly Peoples. Part 1 of 3

High Blood Pressure May Prognosticate Dementia in Some Elderly Peoples – Part 1 of 3 High Blood Pressure May Prognosticate Dementia in Some Elderly Peoples. High blood to may prognosticate dementia in older adults with impaired executive event (difficulty organizing thoughts and making decisions), but not in those with memory problems, a new study has […]

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