Midlife Cholesterol Levels Linked To Dementia, Kaiser Permanente And University of Kuopio Study

Published: Aug 04, 2009

SF Gate -- You might want to think twice about that plate of steak and eggs. A new study that looked at Kaiser Permanente Northern California members over a four-decade period found that even borderline to moderately high cholesterol levels in your 40s can significantly raise the chances of developing dementia later in life.

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