Risk for dementia is not increased by the use of PPIs.
Older adults with constant pain showed an increase in rapid memory loss and greater probability of dementia than older adults without constant pain.
Cardiovascular disease may serve as a good biomarker of potential risk for Alzheimer's dementia.
A 5-year study found that people who exercised regularly had a significantly reduced risk of dementia diagnosis.
In America, deaths associated with opioid use increased more than five-fold over the past 25 years.
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