Orthostatic Hypotension May Be Associated With Long-Term Risk Of Dementia

Medwire News (10/24, Piper) reports, “Orthostatic hypotension has been linked to an increased long-term risk of dementia,” research published Oct. 11 in PLOS Medicine indicates. Included in the study were some “6,204 individuals with no history of Alzheimer’s disease or stroke” who were followed “over a median…of 15.3 years.”

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— “Transient blood pressure drop poses dementia risk,” Lucy Piper, MedWire News, October 24, 2016.

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