Scientific research has shown blood-thinners may provide some protection against dementia

Research from the Karolinska Institute has suggested that commonly used blood-thinning drugs for reducing stroke risk in patients with atrial fibrillation (AF) suggests that anticoagulants may also protect patients from dementia. Studies had previously pointed towards a link when looking at 444,106 patients with AF’s records to assess if they could find a clear correlation.

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