Marriage may prevent dementia
People who are married are less likely to develop dementia than those who have never been married or are widowed, new research suggests. A large meta-analysis showed a 42 percent higher risk for dementia in lifelong singles and a 20 percent higher risk in widowed people, compared to those who were married. The association did not apply to divorced individuals.
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