Increased likelihood in developing dementia if you suffered a traumatic brain injury

A new study by Lancet Psychiatry found people suffering from traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) had an increased likelihood in developing dementia. The study found was that, compared those who had never suffered from a TBI, a person who had a TBI was at an approximate 24 percent increased risk of dementia. Read article here…

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