Brain injuries increase dementia risk, study finds

Brain injuries increase dementia risk, study finds
 

People who suffer brain injuries are at increased risk of dementia later in life, a large study suggests.
An analysis of 2.8 million people found those who had one or more traumatic brain injuries were 24% more likely to get dementia than those who had not.
The risk was greatest in people who had the injuries in their 20s, who were 63% more likely to get the condition at some point in their life.
But independent experts said other lifestyle factors were more important.
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11 April 2018 in Regional, Views: 80
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