Gum Disease Increases Risk Of Alzheimers Disease
According to a new study, people with gum disease are more likely to have cognitive dysfunction associated with Alzheimers disease.
The research was based on 20 years of data that supports the hypothesis of a causal link between periodontal (gum) and Alzheimers diseases.
Researchers suggest that cognitively normal subjects with periodontal inflammation have an increased risk of lower cognitive function compared to subjects with little or no periodontal inflamation.
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