According to a new study, middle aged people with high pulse pressure are more likely to have biomarkers for Alzheimer's disease in their spinal fluid than those with lower pulse pressure.
Higher than average blood pressure during middle age is associated with an increased risk of and more extensive brain damage in old age.
Young people who experience high blood pressure may have an increased risk of brain changes during mid-life that are associated with later cognitive decline.
A new study reports having high blood pressure can raise the risk of developing vascular dementia.
A new study reports high blood pressure in middle age may lead to cognitive impairment and could be a risk factor for Alzheimer's disease.
Older men who experience higher blood pressure at night could be at a higher risk of Alzheimer's disease.
A new study reports a link between higher than average late life systolic blood pressure and higher number of tangles in Alzheimer's disease.
A new study links higher resting blood pressure in younger men with later onset of OCD, schizophrenia and substance abuse problems.
Heightened states of arousal altered neural circuits in a brain area associated with decision making, resulting in some neurons changing from decision making to internal state monitors.
A new study reports teens faced with chronic family stress have higher blood pressure and worse immune response to bacterial infections. However, those who used cognitive reappraisal had lower blood pressure, despite the pressures they faced.