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Bland P. Depression in midlife does not raise risk of dementia. Practitioner 2018 Oct;261(1808):7

Depression in midlife does not raise risk of dementia

23 Oct 2017Registered users

Depression may be a prodromal feature of, rather than a risk factor for, dementia, a UK prospective cohort study has found. A total of 10,308 participants (6,895 men) in the Whitehall ll study, aged 35-55 at recruitment, were followed up between 1985 and 2015. 

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