金沙网址导航:High blood pressure in older people linked to Alzheimer’s disease


BSIP SA / Alamy Stock Photo By Jordan Hindson A study of more than 1200 people around the age of 80 has suggested that high blood pressure in later life is associated with Alzheimer’s disease. Researchers tracked volunteers’ blood pressure for an average of eight years before their death, before performing autopsies to look for signs of Alzheimer’s disease in the brain. These included plaques of sticky amyloid protein between brain cells,
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