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Anxious, jealous, and moodiness may raise risk of of dementia in women
Anxious, jealous, and moodiness may raise risk of of dementia in women (October 3, 2014 - Insidermedicine)
From Sweden - According to research published in Neurology, anxiousness, jealousy and moodiness may predict risk of dementia in women. Researchers studied over 800 women with an average age of 46, following participants for nearly 40 years, administering regular personality tests. Results showed that those who demonstrated the highest levels of neuroticism--or anxious, jealous, moody or distressed feelings--were 2x more likely to develop dementia than those who scored lowest on the tests
 
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