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BP control may curb odds of dementia, cognitive decline

Researchers found that blood pressure control with antihypertensive drugs significantly correlated with a lower likelihood of dementia or cognitive impairment and cognitive decline, compared with controls. The findings in the Journal of the American Medical Association, based on a systematic review and meta-analysis of 14 randomized clinical trials involving 96,158 patients, demonstrate an "added incentive to be adherent with blood pressure medications," said researcher Michelle Canavan.

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