1. Intensive blood pressure control could be key to beating Alzheimer’s, study finds  The Sun
  2. Intensive blood pressure control may slow age-related brain damage  National Institutes of Health
  3. Blood pressure medication protects the BRAIN, too: Patients on high doses have 37% less damage  Daily Mail
  4. Controlling blood pressure may help ward off dementia  CBS News
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INTENSIVE blood pressure control may be the key to beating Alzheimer’s in later life, scientists say. A study found that much closer monitoring was more effective at slowing the accumulation of dam…

Intensive blood pressure control could be key to beating Alzheimer’s, study finds – The Sun

NIH-funded imaging study shows link between blood pressure and white matter lesions.NIH-funded imaging study shows link between blood pressure and white matter lesions.

Intensive blood pressure control may slow age-related brain damage | National Institutes of Health (NIH)

Taking higher doses of blood pressure medication may slow down the development of white matter lesions - areas of age-related brain damage - linked to Alzheimer's, a new NIH study suggests.Taking higher doses of blood pressure medication may slow down the development of white matter lesions - areas of age-related brain damage - linked to Alzheimer's, a new NIH study suggests.

Blood pressure medication protects the BRAIN, too: Patients on high doses have 37% less damage | Daily Mail Online

Keeping your blood pressure under control "may be a key to your future brain health," researchers sayKeeping your blood pressure under control "may be a key to your future brain health," researchers say

Controlling blood pressure may help ward off dementia - CBS News

“Intensive blood pressure control may reduce risk of stroke, heart disease, age-related brain damage & cognitive decline according to #NIH-funded SPRINT study. Talking with your doctor about blood pressure control may be key to future brain health. https://t.co/Z0Xw0nnc4i”

Francis S. Collins on Twitter: "Intensive blood pressure control may reduce risk of stroke, heart disease, age-related brain damage & cognitive decline according to #NIH-funded SPRINT study. Talking with your doctor about blood pressure control may be key to future brain health. https://t.co/Z0Xw0nnc4i"