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High Cholesterol Tied to Lower Cognitive Decline in Old Age

11:38 EDT 14 Mar 2018 | Medscape

High cholesterol in midlife is usually associated with poor cognitive outcomes, but new research suggests that in old age, it may protect cognition.
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