A recent study supports a long-suspected idea, that the health and lifestyle choices made by young adults can greatly impact their chances of developing dementia later in life. The new study examined over 3000 people for 25 years. Higher rates of dementia were observed in adults who, in their young adult-hood, had had higher than recommended levels of cholesterol, blood sugar and higher blood pressure. Click here to read the Science Daily news story.
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