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Depression linked to faster cognitive decline in old age.

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Among older adults with dementia, those who are also depressed tend to have more rapid cognitive decline, according to a new study. "Many studies have found that older people with some depression are more likely to develop cognitive decline or dementia," Robert S. Wilson said.

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