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Older people who get cataracts removed have lower dementia risk

New Scientist
 2021-12-06

Cover picture for the articleOlder people who have cataract surgery to improve their eyesight are less likely to develop dementia afterwards. The effect could be because people who lose their eyesight typically spend more time at home, and so get less mental stimulation – or it could be down to a strange effect that cataracts...

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