#Flash: Eye Conditions Are Associated With Higher Risk Of De
A new study says that ophthalmic conditions are associated with a higher incidence of dementia. Study was done on 1,263,513 individuals and 2,304 cases of dementia were recorded. Results showed that the risk of dementia was 26% higher in those with age-related macular degeneration, 11% higher in those with cataract, and 61% higher in those with diabetes-related eye disease compared to those who did not have ophthalmic conditions at the start of the study.

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