Anxiety to accelerated Alzheimer’s disease progression

According to a new MRI-based study at the Medical University of South Carolina, individuals with anxiety symptoms developed Alzheimer’s disease quicker than those without them.  They found: “Mild cognitive impairment patients with anxiety symptoms developed Alzheimer’s disease faster than individuals without anxiety, independently of whether they had a genetic risk factor for Alzheimer’s disease or brain volume loss.” Read article here…

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