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‘Even slightly elevated blood pressure can increase dementia risk’

the research team noted that those individuals who had a systolic blood pressure – the blood pressure measured as the heart beats – of 130 millimeters of mercury (mm Hg) or over as they reached the ag... read more

Dementia risk increased in 50-year-olds with blood pressure below hypertension threshold

New findings from the long-running Whitehall II study of over 10,000 civil ... 385 developed dementia by 2017. Those who had a systolic blood pressure of 130 mmHg or more at the age of 50 had a 45% gr... read more

Functional MR Imaging Evidence of Altered Functional Activation in Metabolic Syndrome

BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: MetS is a cluster of risk factors associated with significant cardiovascular ... with the 2-back in patients with cardiovascular disease. RESULTS: Age, education level, sex dis... read more

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Associations of Advanced Glycation End-Products With Cognitive Functions in Individuals With and Without Type 2 Diabetes: The Maastricht Study

We found inverse associations of SAF (a noninvasive marker for tissue AGEs) with cognitive performance, which were attenuated after adjustment for vascular risk ... higher AGE accumulation and may cau... read more



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