A study conducted at University College London has found that high blood pressure in your 40s can have a long-lasting impact on the brain. In the study, those with higher blood pressure in their 40s had smaller brains, on average, by age 70 than those with normal blood pressure. The hippocampus, a brain region critical for memory, was especially affected.

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