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Smoking Rots Brain, Shows Aging Study

(12/3/2012)

Smoking Rots Brain, Shows Aging Study
WebProNews

November 26, 2012

A new study shows that smoking, high blood pressure, and other cardiovascular risk factors are associated with accelerated declines in memory, learning, attention, and reasoning. Smoking was linked most clearly with low cognitive performance in older people. Those who smoked, had high blood pressure, or were at risk of suffering a stroke performed worse than other adults on cognitive tasks designed to measure things such as memory recall, verbal fluency, and attention.

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