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Men who are taller in young adulthood may have a lower risk of dementia in old age, according to new research.Men who are taller in young adulthood may have a lower risk of dementia in old age, according to new research.

Still, people who are on the shorter side shouldn’t worry about their dementia risk based on their height alone, a neurologist advises.Still, people who are on the shorter side shouldn’t worry about their dementia risk based on their height alone, a neurologist advises.

Your height as a teenager may be linked with dementia risk, new study finds

Men who are taller in young adulthood may have a lower risk of dementia in old age, according to a new research.Men who are taller in young adulthood may have a lower risk of dementia in old age, according to a new research.

Taller men may have lower dementia risk in old age: Study

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