Washington: Cardiac disease is linked with higher risk of mental impairment involving language, thinking and judgment, particularly among women with heart disease, a US study shows.Known as non-amnestic because it doesn`t include memory loss, this type of mild cognitive impairment may be a precursor to vascular (blood related) and other non-Alzheimer`s dementias.Mild cognitive impairment is an important stage for early detection and intervention in dementia, says Rosebud Roberts, health sciences researcher at Mayo Clinic, who led the study, according to the Journal of American Medical Association Neurology.
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