High blood pressure in your 30s could raise your risk of dementia, new research says | ABC News

High blood pressure in your 30s could raise your risk of dementia, new research says | ABC News
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A new study reveals high blood pressure in the critical period between 30 and 50 years of age could accelerate damage to the brain.

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Professor Robert Graham from the Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute explains the findings and how we can safeguard our brain health.

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