New Evidence Shows Hormone Therapy Reduces Cognitive Decline


reduce Alzheimer's disease risk

As time has marched on, recent studies have found hormone therapy to be a safe and effective treatment for the relief of menopause. And, in many cases, hormone therapy has also reduced markers of disease in subjects; however no one has found significant statistical evidence to support this as an irrefutable claim – until now.

The journal, Neurology, published the results of a study that found women on hormone therapy actually have a reduced risk of Alzheimer’s disease.

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