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Being born in U.S. ‘stroke belt’ tied to higher risk of dementia

15:48 EDT 31 Jul 2017 | Reuters

(Reuters Health) - Hailing from the so-called stroke belt, a band of southern U.S. states with high stroke mortality rates, is associated with increased odds of developing dementia, even for people who relocate, a new study suggests.

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