Midlife Smokers May Have Worse Memory Than Non-smokers

Monday, June 9, 2008 - 16:14 in Psychology & Sociology

Smoking appears to be associated with increased risk of poor memory among middle-age adults, according to a new article. The results are important because individuals with cognitive impairment in midlife may progress to dementia at a faster rate.

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