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'Head Rush' Linked with Increased Risk for Dementia in Older Adults

If you've ever felt a rush of dizziness after standing up too quickly, take heed: Older adults who experience that disorienting feeling frequently may be more likely to develop dementia, a new study from the Netherlands finds.
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