How soon after menopause a woman uses hormone replacement therapy (HRT) may determine her risk for developing dementia, a new study published online in the journal Neurology suggests. The numerous studies conducted on the effects of HRT in women have come to different conclusions about whether the menopause treatment lowers or raises a woman’s risk for Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. Observational studies, or those that follow a group over a period of time, show a reduced risk of dementia in women who use HRT, whereas clinical trials, which test the effects of a drug against placebo, show an increased risk. ... Read More
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