Study Determines Link Between Depression and Alzheimer’s Disease

Study Determines Link Between Depression and Alzheimer’s Disease
In a recent study published in the International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, a team of researchers from the ECU’s Centre of Excellence for Alzheimer’s Research and Care at Edith Cowan University have found a strong association between depressive symptoms and cognitive decline. In the study titled “A depressive endophenotype of poorer cognition among cognitively healthy community-dwelling

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2 comments

  1. Cale says:

    Does this mean that the increased risk of dementia due to depression can be brought back down if depression is treated?

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