Study shows no link between hormone therapy, cognitive skills

08/19/2010 | Reuters

Women ages 50 to 65 who took either estrogen or testosterone pills for four weeks did not score higher in three thinking and memory tests than those who were given a placebo, a study showed. The findings agree with previous studies but warrant further research to determine whether long-term hormone exposure may boost cognitive skills, an expert said.

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