Researchers trace memory problems to high blood pressure

08/26/2009 | Reuters

People with high diastolic blood pressure are more likely to suffer from memory problems than those with normal readings, U.S. researchers found in a study involving almost 20,000 people 45 and older. Researchers said that more study is needed but that preventing or treating high blood pressure may help prevent cognitive impairment.

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