This is what I found on DailyMail:
Divorcees may be twice as likely to develop dementia, research suggests.
Scientists from Michigan State University looked at the cognitive function of more than 15,000 people with varying marital statuses.
They found divorcees, particularly men, were more likely to develop the memory-robbing disorder over 14 years than their married counterparts.
The report says low-income and loneliness have been linked to dementia, while the social support married couples get leads to better overall health.
A new study has found that married people are less likely to experience dementia as they age. On the other hand, divorcees are about twice as likely as married people to develop dementia.https://t.co/O5vSniNG1P
— Quint Fit (@QuintFit) August 29, 2019
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