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Diastolic blood pressure variability later in life linked to cognitive decline


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Hypertension
Reuters Health - 04/03/2022 - Diastolic blood pressure (DBP) variability from visit-to-visit in later life was associated with cognitive decline in a longitudinal analysis.  "These data provide the first step in showing an association between diastolic blood pressure variability (DBPV) and cognition in an Australian population," Dr. Ruth Peters of Neuroscience Research Australia in Sydney and Dr. Phillip Tully of the University of New England in Armidale, NSW told Reuters Health in a joint email. "The next steps are to investigate causality."  "At the moment, we can say that if blood pressure variability is observed it might indicate an elevated risk of declini...


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