Marriage Lowers Person’s Risk of Dementia, Likely by Making Brain More Resilient, Study Reports

Marriage Lowers Person’s Risk of Dementia, Likely by Making Brain More Resilient, Study Reports
Marriage appears to be a strong and favorable factor in a person’s risk of developing dementia, with evidence suggesting that married people are at considerably lower risk than people who never marry or those who have lost a partner. The study, “Marriage and risk of dementia: systematic review and meta-analysis of observational studies” published online

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