The Link Between Pregnancy, Blood Pressure and Alzheimer’s

By Being Patient | November 8th, 2018

Being Patient talks to Dr. Heather Boyd from the Statens Serum Institut in Copenhagen. She’s the leading author of a new study that found high blood pressure during pregnancy may triple dementia risk later in life.

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