MedPage Today (7/25, George) reports researchers found that “people who had orthostatic hypotension at an average age of 54 demonstrated a higher risk of dementia and ischemic stroke as they aged than people who didn’t have orthostatic hypotension.” The findings were published in Neurology. (SOURCE: APA Headlines)
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