Higher Blood Pressure Has Links to Brain Lesions in Older Adults
Higher Blood Pressure Has Links to Brain Lesions in Older Adults
In a longitudinal study, researchers find that elderly people with higher pressure were more likely to show signs of Alzheimer’s disease in brain tissue.
Higher Blood Pressure Has Links to Brain Lesions in Older Adults
Higher Blood Pressure Has Links to Brain Lesions in Older Adults

In a longitudinal study, researchers find that elderly people with higher pressure were more likely to show signs of Alzheimer’s disease in brain tissue.

In a longitudinal study, researchers find that elderly people with higher pressure were more likely to show signs of Alzheimer’s disease in brain tissue.

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