Were You A Depressed Teenager? It Might Increase Your Alzheimer’s Risk

But if you take action now, you can reduce that risk

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A new study published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease reported that people who experienced depression in early adulthood are more likely to develop cognitive impairment in their old age.




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Susie Kearley

Susie Kearley

Freelance writer, author, animal lover. Qualified in nutrition, psychology, marketing, MBA. I cover writing, animals, history, travel, health, wellbeing & more.

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