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Evidence Confirms Chronic Stress Increases Alzheimer's Risk

Stress A doctoral thesis by Sara K. Bengtsson, Department of Clinical Sciences, UmeÃ¥ University, Sweden, examines the reason why chronic stress can increase one’s risk for Alzheimer’s disease. Don't panic - it's not a done deal. However, learning to manage stress is important.

 

Read full article on HealthCentral about how stress can increase risk (not cause) Alzheimer's:

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