Study Finds Midlife Crisis May Raise Dementia Risk

Going through a mid-life crisis may increase your risk of dementia, a study suggests. Researchers found people who were happy and had high self-esteem in their 50s were less likely to develop the memory-robbing disorder by 70. Stress happens, but what can you or someone you know do to safeguard against dementia caused by midlife challenges?

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