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Bariatric Surgery May Slow Cognitive Decline for People With Obesity

January 2, 2024


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New research from Michigan Medicine shows that bariatric surgery, surgical procedures used to manage obesity, has the potential to mitigate the onset of cognitive decline and dementia, conditions traditionally associated with obesity. Read the findings and the researcher’s hopes for future studies in this article from the Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation.

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