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Stress, Poverty Raise Alzheimer's Rates in This Group

  • Mon, 17 Jul 2017 17:22
New studies looking at how social conditions may affect risk of dementia found that living in stressful circumstances hits one group hardest: African Americans. According to NPR , four studies presented at an international conference in London Sunday all presented evidence linking poverty, disadvantage, and stressful life events to cognitive issues... Science from Newser


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