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Caffeine consumption may lower dementia risk in older women by 36 percent: Study

Caffeine consumption may lower the risk of dementia in older women by 36 percent, according to research findings. Study lead author Ira Driscoll said, “The mounting evidence of caffeine consumption as a potentially protective factor against cognitive impairment is … The post Caffeine consumption may lower dementia risk in older women by 36 percent: Study appeared first on Bel Marra Health - Breaking Health News and Health Information.
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