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Iron Levels May Affect Stroke and Dementia Risk

It’s long been accepted that iron is a necessary nutrient for the body though the amount needed can change with an individual’s age as well as gender. Now, there is evidence that iron can also have conflicting effects depending on whether a person is at risk for stroke and vascular dementia or for Alzheimer’s disease.

Read more on HealthCentral about how iron levels can affect stroke and dementia risk:

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