Skip to main content

Mile High Natural Awakenings

Marry to Halve the Risk of Dementia

Nov 27, 2019 07:30AM

dencg/Shutterstock.com

Wedlock tends to stave off dementia, according to a new Michigan State University study. Analyzing 14 years of data on 15,000 people older than 52, researchers found those in all unmarried groups—cohabiting, divorced, separated, widowed and never married—had significantly higher odds of developing dementia than their married counterparts. The differences were most acute for those divorced, separated or widowed—about twice as prone as married people to develop dementia, with the men faring worse cognitively than the women.
COMING IN PRINT: JANUARY'S AGE-DEFYING HABITS
Due Date: December 5.
Contact 303-770-1981 or [email protected]turalawakenings.com for cheerful and efficient help with your marketing!
 
Receive the Good News Email Newsletter and/or Free Digital Magazine Subscription
Sign Up Now
Missed the print deadline? Try email news!

Email News Exclusives with Social Media pushes $50; ask us about it today! 303-770-1981 or [email protected]

The Forking Truth Show #17
Cruise Line Abandons Plastic Bottles
Extreme Weather Events Affect Mental Well-Being