Medscape (4/5, Wolfson, Subscription Publication) reported that “a healthy diet during midlife does not prevent dementia.” After following some “8000 British civil servants…for almost 25 years, investigators found no significant association between following a healthier diet in midlife and a lower risk for incident dementia or cognitive decline.” The findings were published online in JAMA.(SOURCE: APA Headlines)
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