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Heavy drinking and smoking in middle age accelerates cognitive decline
12 July 2013
The Combination of both heavy drinking and smoking in midlife can accelerate cognitive decline, writes Dr Gareth Hagger-Johnson, UCL Epidemiology & Public Health on The Conversation.