Do Beta-Blockers Reduce Dementia Risk?

MNT: The preliminary results of a new study to be presented at a conference in March are causing scientists to ask if beta-blockers, a class of drugs commonly used to treat high blood pressure and heart conditions, can reduce dementia risk. The study found autopsies of elderly men revealed those who took beta-blockers had fewer brain changes normally associated with Alzheimer's and other types of dementia.
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