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A prospective study showed that cataract surgery was linked to a nearly 30% lower risk of dementia in older adults. Among 3,000 cataract patients, cataract extraction was associated with a significantly reduced risk of dementia compared with people who did not have surgery. According to researchers, a decrease in risk persisted for at least a decade after surgery.

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