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High blood pressure in midlife linked to later decline in memory, thinking skills

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Published: August 07, 2014
  • Author: Beverly Merz,

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Comments

Stella Lin
September 16, 2014

I never would have thought that hypertension was linked to memory loss and cognitive impairment! This article was very informative.

Miley Adam
September 09, 2014

This news is very helpful for us and now i will maintain my high blood pressure problem.

Guozhi Liu
August 12, 2014

Thanks for this information ,it will helps me a lot ,But Normally I am drinking green tea through teanaga ,which helps to reduce my health & mental stress .for cureness of my mental depression ,should I do anything else ?

Ajit Tamang
August 10, 2014

the above info’s are very helpful ,especially for a healthy living,to me i had the same problem so the above blog was quite helpful…for the people who have these and other any types of problems related to any health problems this site can be very helpful..thank you

dr arvind jain
August 08, 2014

at present more and more are suffering with hypertension and diabetes. both are totally related with each.at present fatality due to these patients are due irregular treatment, stoppages of the medication that today blood pressure and sugar both are normal so not taking medicines.avoiding with the consultation with physician. memory losses due to hypertension is the major cause,and is leading towards impotency,

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