Study: Smoking speeds up male cognitive decline

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February 6, 2012
Medical News Today    
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"A male regular smoker has a higher risk of rapid cognitive decline, compared to his counterparts who do not smoke, researchers from University College London, England, reported in Archives of General Psychiatry. The authors add that the evidence has been mounting regarding the link between smoking and dementia in elderly individuals -- smoking has been found to push up the total number of patients with dementia around the world." (02/06/12)  

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