Study Suggests That Height Might Be Associated With Increased Risk Of Dementia

Study Suggests That Height Might Be Associated With Increased Risk Of Dementia
A study published in the British Journal of Psychiatry argues that people who are shorter have a higher risk of developing dementia — an increased risk that is particularly found in men. According to the study’s author, being short does not cause dementia, but how tall a person is could impact possible risk factors for dementia. Commenting on these findings, Dr. Doug Brown,

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