20-year study finds link between mid-life inflammation and cognitive decline in old age
By Admin | April 30, 2019
A fascinating study tracking thousands of people for 20 years has revealed an intriguing association between signs of chronic inflammation in middle age, and the development of memory and thinking problems in older age. Alongside offering an important new risk factor for cognitive decline later in life, the research suggests treating chronic inflammation at a younger age may act as a preventative measure for future neurodegeneration.
For more information please read, 20-year study finds link between mid-life inflammation and cognitive decline in old age, by New Atlas.