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High Cardiovascular Fitness in Midlife Tied to Lower Dementia Risk Later

14:34 EDT 14 Mar 2018 | NEJM

Women with a high level of cardiovascular fitness at midlife may have a reduced risk for dementia years later, a Neurology study suggests. Nearly 200...

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